Monday, March 05, 2012

Signs, Signs, Everywhere are Signs!

Sheryl Glick joins Yvonne Perry on We Are One in Spirit Podcast March 8 to speak about her book, Life is No Coincidence. Below is how you can call in and join the discussion or ask your questions about spirit communication from loved ones on the other side. If you miss the event, don't worry. I will the replay link post on this blog after it is recorded.

Thursday, March 3, 2012 at 2:00 PM Central Time
Dial-in Number: 605-475-6350
Participant Access Code: 356172#

Have you noticed that the time between thinking something and seeing it manifested is far less than it used to be? Are you seeing that when your emotions, feelings, and thoughts are aligned that your desires (and fears) come into play much more quickly? Do you ever feel like you've known someone even though you just met them? You may think about an old friend you haven't seen in years and within days (hours or minutes) she shows up or calls you. This is synchronicity, not coincidence.

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that seem unrelated or unlikely to occur by chance; nevertheless, they occur together in a meaningful manner.

Things we never noticed or paid attention to before are being brought to our awareness. You may see symbols such as numbers on a digital clock or car tags, animals that reappear in your path, synchronicities (meaningful coincidences or event occurring in perfect timing), or other signs.

The week of 11/11/11, I was parked in front of a fruit stand at a convenience store while my husband went in to make a purchase. When I looked up I noticed that the number 11 was printed on several of the boxes. I counted more than five number elevens. Five years ago, I would have walked by without even seeing this.

Sheryl Glick's book is filled with stories like these that show how we are without a doubt connected through numbers, birth dates, names, and synchronicities. After reading Life is No Coincidence, anyone will become more aware of the signs from Spirit and be encouraged to look more closely at things that seem random.

A very interesting and easy read that will inspire you to pay attention!

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