posted on Oct, 28 2004 @ 11:34 PM
Let me put it like this. My personal belief is, what ever team was more positive, won. As far as the average energy of the team is concerned. I
am talking strictly about energy here. Baseball like many games, is a game of chance. It's outcome is unknown. Any one play, can turn a game
completely around. The sports world refers to this, as a momentum shift. A momentum shift, is describing the energy of the game. Who is the momentum
favoring, as you put it. Call it devine intervention, or whatever you want.
For example, there are players that are "wired" differently then most players in any given sport. If you are familiar with hockey, a good
example is Peter Forsberg. Basketball had Michael Jordan, football Barry Sanders etc.. These players are never say die players. No matter how
difficult the situation they are put in. They tend to rise above more often then not. The kind of guys, where if you foul them, hit them hard etc..
They come back and score shortly afterwards, and make the other team pay for it. That is an example of staying positive.
Other players when they are faced with the same situation, fold under the pressure. They become unsure of themselves, or their team etc.. They
become negative about the situation. Rather then fighting harder and staying positive. Or getting more agressive, and fighting to overcome it, like
the examples I gave. It even stretches into their personal lives. Like Brett Farve, and how he played after his father passed away. So I am talking
the overall energy of the team, throughout the game.
On the other side of that coin. Is being too positive, or arrogant. Those teams tend to loose too. Or players who's egos get out of hand,
getting injured etc.. Basic Karma stuff. But yes I do believe in it.
The bottom line for me is this. There is an energy that is flowing, through and around all of us. Synchronicity is how we see this energy
displayed in the physical. It is the evidence of this energy. It's like a tuning fork. If you take one tuning fork tuned to a specific key. Then you
strike it making it hum. You can then take that tuning fork, and hold it next to another tuning fork. If the second tuning fork is tuned to the same
key as the first. Without striking the second tuning fork. It will start to hum along with the first tuning fork. This is an example of affinity. It
is the passing of energy, between things that are similar in nature.
Another thing I find interesting, is that humans are shaped like tuning forks. We just have more forks. But our bodies are shaped like them. We
also carry an energy inside of us. So what are the chances, that if I find someone who is like minded, or has the same goals, paradigm etc.. That we
will feel that energy when we are together? If a tuning fork can do it, why can't we? When you are with people of a like mind or cause, you build
affinity. Affinity is what makes people feel good inside. That's why alot of people like going to sporting events or sports bar to watch games. To
feel that affinity (energy) with other people.
So, I don't feel that the energy is partial. In that it favors one over the other etc.. I tend to believe, it is which ever side uses the energy
"better" that wins. It's like drugs and most everything else in life. How do you use it? Do you use it as intended? Or do you pervert it, to try
and suit your own purposes. Do you take credit for your successes, or do you realize it wasn't only you involved in the outcome? Should you let ego
rule you? From what I have witnessed, ego is never a good thing. That's when bad things start to happen to poeple. I didn't make it that way, or
wish it to be that way. It is just what I have witnessed in my life, to be truth.
Clinton Portis is a good example of this. Every time his ego got the best of him, he was injured shortly afterwards. It's not like the injuries
were random. He wanted a new contract with the Broncos, because he felt he was worth more money then he was being paid. So he hinted to the Broncos
that he would hold out, until the Broncos gave him one. He was injured in the 3rd or 4th game of the season. Then when he came back from the injury.
They played the K.C. Chiefs. He had a great game. Then put on a championship belt, to proclaim that he was the best running back in the NFL. The next
game he was injured again.
Synchronicity are things, that are obvious enough to be called a coincidence. Calling it coincidence, still recognizes that something out of the
ordinary took place. People call them coincidences, to downplay their significance. It's like saying yeah it happened, and I saw it happen. But it's
not a big deal, it happens all of the time. So it's not that people don't recognize it. It's in the interpretation of it. Does it mean anything, or
is it no big deal? Like deja vu. Does it mean anything, or is it meaningless. How about our dreams? Alot of people, do believe that they mean
something. It's not like I am a freak because I am saying this. Though I do joke about it.
An example of synchronicity, is watching Martin Gramatica (automatica). Missing the game winning field goal in one game. Then flipping to the
other televised game, to see his brother miss a game winning field goal, back to back. Does it mean anything, or is it just a coincidence? I've
noticed in my own life. As I stated above. When I stay positive durring a hardship, things work out. If I get rattled, then things take a downward
I am still learning all of this, and have been studying it for several years now. I don't have all of the answers. I know synchronicity exists.
I am trying to figure out how to tie it to dates/number of days, or if it can be. I haven't reached a conclusion on that yet. I do know, that I have
recognized it in things in my own life. Like staying at jobs, for just over three years. It's not something I planned to be that way. But looking
back on it, sure enough there was a pattern there. So yes, I am leaning towards synchronicity in the number of days between events. As oppossed to
synchronicity on dates of certain months etc.. Yes those synchonicities are there, and exist as well. I don't deny that. My point is that a bombing
is something, that someone forces to happen. It is meditated, and planned. So it's no accident, coincidence, or synchronicity when it happens.
Synchronicity is something that wasn't planned out. Things that some people consider just a coincidence. But no matter how big of a deal you
think it is. Most everyone can agree, that it was different then the norm, or remarkable. Otherwise everything would be a coincidence. Which isn't
the case. There are alot of things, that we can't see a coincidence in at all. At least from our current perspectives.
I think it is of interest if nothing else. That the New England Patriots have a 21 game winning streak. (Feel free to correct me if I am wrong
here. But if I remember correctly, that is now the longest winning streak ever in NFL history. If it isn't the longest, I do know it's close.) That
is pretty dominant. Now add that to the Red Socks. Comming back from 3 games down, to beat the Yankees. Then went on to win 4 more straight, against
St. Louis. That is pretty dominant. Both teams just happen to be in the same city. Which just so happens to be where John Kerry is from. Will this
positive energy, find affinity with Kerry and his supporters etc.? That is the question. I'm betting that it very likely could.
I realize not everyone on here, is going to agree with me on this. That's OK, really! If synchronicity does exist as I see it. It doesn't need
anyones approval to continue to happen. It will happen reguardless of who thinks it exists or not. It's just a matter of wheither you choose to
accept it, and understand it or not. IMO Trust me, I know it's not easy to understand! It's taken me years, just to recognize the patterens I do
see. Much less understand what they mean. I myself still have a long way to go.