“We don’t meet people by accident. They’re meant to cross our path for a reason.”– Kathryn Perez
The universe has its own special way of mapping out relationships and connections. We don’t meet people and make their acquaintances by ordinary chance. Everything happens for a reason. Our paths and theirs have been channeled to cross for a purpose, which could be good or bad. Some coincidences are more useful and significant to us than others.
Everyone we meet has either one of two things they can be to us: a blessing or a lesson. Some people come into our lives and make us feel lucky to have them. They help us discover who we are and what we stand for. Others serve the sole purpose of being painful experiences. They hurt us so deeply that they change our mindsets and convictions about certain things.
Every acquaintance that has either blessed us or taught us a lesson is a synchronistic connection. ‘Synchronicities’ is defined by The Free Dictionary as ‘Coincidence of events that appear meaningfully related but do not seem to be causally connected, taken by Jungian psychoanalytic theory to be evidence of a connection between the mind and material objects.’
A person who is deeply observant will notice a steady trend of peculiar events happening in their lives when they form a synchronistic connection. These connections can either make you or break you. Below are 6 categories of people who you form powerful cosmic connections with:
Those who have come to stay
There are people that will come into your life and carve out a niche in your support system. These are people you don’t ever want to lose. They inspire you, motivate you, encourage you and make you feel special. You’d give them the world if you could. This type of connection usually happens when you’re going through rough times in your life. The universe is sending you someone to share your burden and help you get through it all. You’ll make wonderful memories and share a long-lasting bond with them.
Those who come to remind of something
There are people come who come to stir the deepest part of our minds, reminding us of something we may not have kept track of. Sometimes, we deliberately choose not to be aware of these important events in our lives. The connection we have with these people will shake us deeply, making us remember and understand certain things and work towards acting on them. They may or may not stay a long time in our lives, but they serve a strong purpose.
Momentary but powerful connections
There are people who come into our lives in flashes. If we make their acquaintance, they are usually always there when we need them. We may meet with them once in a long while, but such meetings have a powerful impact on our lives. We learn so much from them and feel a sense of high recognition in their presence. Such people would never let you down when you need someone.
Those who should be locked out as quickly as they come in
Negative vibes should never be endured for any reason. Definitely, we are bound to meet some people who’ll make us shake our head ruefully at humanity. They’ll hurt us and possibly make us feel less of ourselves. People like this are toxic and venomous. The moment you spot a connection as unhealthy as this, it’s best to sever all ties immediately and forge ahead. Keep them out before they take over your life and run it however they please.
Those who come to awaken you
We may not always have friendly encounters with such people, but they have a specific purpose to fulfill. This type of connection awakens you and calls you to order. If you’ve been living a reckless life or shying away from being the best you were born to be, they’ll come into your life and give you the wakeup call. They don’t always have to spell it out verbally. Merely observing their lifestyles is enough to pass on the message. They leave a strong impact that we’ll certainly learn come to be grateful for.
Those who make you grow
There will be people who come into your life to set you on a path of personal growth. They teach us how to focus on our goals and understand who we are on a deeper level. They help us attain a higher level of maturity and self-confidence. We mostly look up to such people. Admiring their lifestyles, personalities, and value systems make us want to have better control of our own lives. They’re usually good advisers who will not sugarcoat the hurtful truth.
Source: “Learn To Appreciate The Lessons And Blessings In Your Life”, Odyssey and “Synchronicity”, The Free Dictionary via inspiretochange