Following The Synchronized Chain of Events

12 Jun


“Life is all about timing… the unreachable becomes reachable, the unavailable become available, the unattainable… attainable. Have the patience, wait it out It’s all about timing.” -Stacey Charter

Hello all.
Have you ever seen that movie Serendipity? I know this sounds weird, but a lot of my life ever since I started Baker The Brand has been like that.
Minus the love story aspect of it, and exchange that into business.

I just started this Baker The Brand project honestly for fun. I felt it was something creative and if I inspired some people along the way to live a better lifestyle, that would be good enough for me. But honestly, what transpired from a simple blog has synchronisticaly fell into place as a strong and amazing creative place for me to write and inspire others along the way. For example, the right people would come in and offer me great suggestions at the perfect time. A natural flow began to emerge, as the right people and experiences began to be of service. The book that I’ve been working on is actually a result of several synchronized events leading up to it’s completion.

The synchronized chain of events that happened earlier in my life, I didn’t fully understand. But through experience, what I’ve found is that when there are synchronized chain of events that are happening in my own life, I can trust that it is the universes’ way of telling me that I’m going along the right path. It’s almost like a reassurance. An example of a synchronized event would be if let’s say, I’m thinking of a specific “word” in my head while driving in my car and the exact moment I think of the “word,” someone says that exact word on the radio. Later on that same day I attend a personal development teleconference and hear that very same “word” from a keynote speaker and they single out and say the exact “word” with so much passion and enthusiasm that I can’t help but notice, that I have been engaged in a synchronized chain of events! This is a small example of a synchronized event.

Being able to trust these synchronized events as something that is coming from the universe, has been a major discovery for me. The key though really to get into witnessing more synchronized events, is just to do things that you really enjoy and have a passion for. When you are engaged in doing stuff you really enjoy and are in the present moment these synchronized events happen naturally, and in large quantities. This keeps you in the position to allow the events to naturally come to you v.s actively trying hard to seek it out.

“There is more to life than increasing its speed.”
-Mahatma Ghandi

I don’t suggest trying to look for things to synchronisticly connect, I would focus more on doing stuff you really enjoy and have fun with people who share the same interest as you. Use the synchronized chain of events in your life as an exciting experience that allows you the opportunity to piece the puzzle together and start to creatively work from a place of trust, joy, and fun. You will be amazed at the great creations that emerge when come from a place of trust, joy, and fun.
When your projects begin to form synchronized chain of events, you are on the right track. Also remember to share your synchronized chain of events with others.



6 Responses to “Following The Synchronized Chain of Events”

  1. Giovanna Garcia June 16, 2009 at 7:01 am #

    Hi Baker

    My feeling is when we are in the moment, magical things happen. Beside, honestly speaking: “all we have is the moment we are in.”
    Thanks for sharing.
    Giovanna Garcia
    Imperfect Action is better than No Action

  2. centria June 17, 2009 at 11:26 pm #

    Hi Baker! Your blog is looking good…nice to come back and read & see what’s happening in your life. I believe so much in synchronicities and the word “reassurance” resonates as well. Good luck with your book! May the syncronicities continue to blossom.

  3. Ronan June 18, 2009 at 12:05 pm #

    Become a detective of Grace

  4. beyondsuccess June 19, 2009 at 3:33 am #

    @Giovanna Garcia That is true their is magical moments in the present moment. Thank you once again for your kind words for my book as well, it should be out in the near future.
    @centria Thank you. It’s been awhile since we last connected, how are things coming along?
    @Ronan thank you! I’m working on being that detective of grace. Nicely stated.

  5. centria June 22, 2009 at 12:08 pm #

    Things are coming along great, Baker. I am in love with going outdoors and blogging about it! Life just keeps getting better… 🙂

  6. beyondsuccess June 24, 2009 at 7:09 am #

    @centria that’s is great to hear. I resonate with the amazing attitude, of life getting better and better!

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