posted on Feb, 28 2013 @ 02:57 AM
I experience this every so often, it's another avenue for synchronicity. In this case I call them 'magic words'. While writing or reading with the
TV or radio going on in the background, I will hear a word at the very moment I write or read it. They come in groups/waves and may have various
degrees of meaning. I may write words down when I hear them as this, but most often they are within the normal odds of chance and mean nothing to me.
But other times they keep going and will form a topic and/or sentence(s). I will get at least 1 word per minute. If I ignore a word and don't write
it down, it may repeat until I do. These repeated words are often how a cycle of words may start (a knock at my door). They often happen within a 3
hour period per day and may go on like that for a week. These waves of 'magic words' clearly defy the odds of chance and can't simply be ignored as
some 'whatever' thing.
The first time I received 'magic words' was in 1989. That led me to the books 'The Roots of Coincidence' and 'The Stranger'. While in the book
store the music playing guided me to them right away. I read both books but learned nothing much I didn't already know. Hmm? I found it to be a
cosmic joke of sorts, and I laughed with the universe on that one... The last time I got 'magic words' was in 12-2012 when I got global doom and
gloom warnings. Imagine that, hmm.
That all said, I have the feeling (IMHO) that our collective thoughts and will are very much involved with how the content of these 'magic words'
are formed. In other words, the so-called 'magic' is part of the mysterious medium of our universe, but the 'words' come from our collective
thoughts. This may involve other consciousnesses (God, gods, beings).
In closing, I point out that synchronicity as this is nothing new, but it is very magical and very personal. In the end we are still left with choices
that may lead to good or bad (hint: Richard Matheson's Nick of Time).
FYI: Here are the words that popped up for me while I wrote this:
time, known, will, time, still, all, believe
I don't consider these 'magic words', but they may click for you.