Coincidences link us to the unknown and weave us into it.
Isn’t hindsight a wonderful thing?
Yesterday, after a rough night, I needed to get myself to an early-morning hairdressing appointment about 30 minutes from my home. I got Ben to drive me there, because I wasn’t up to it, and I didn’t want to miss the appointment after waiting months for my booking.
Ben dropped me off and then went off to run some errands while I went inside, only to find that somehow the staff roster had been mixed up and my hairdresser didn’t even start until lunchtime.
After many apologies my appointment was moved to the next day.
I eventually managed to get Ben on the phone, and he came back to get me, dropped me home and then raced off to finish the tasks I had interrupted.
Which meant that unexpectedly I was home alone and in complete privacy when a friend rang, asking if I had time to talk. She wanted to talk about dying, as her health has recently deteriorated and her doctors can no longer offer suitable treatments and don’t know how long she may have left to live. It was the first time my friend had been able to face the fact that she may be on a shortened timeline, and that she might need to think about around preparing for her death.
Suddenly I was very glad that my hairdressing appointment had been moved, leaving me this window of time in which to be able to talk with my friend. I saw the divine synchronicity at play, and it reminded me again of how things so often happen in Universal Right Timing. Earlier this week I had a session with a new client who first thought to come to me twenty-five years ago, but who only made it through the door this week. It’s okay, I reassured her – it has all happened in right timing.
How about you? Have you experienced this same sort of grace and synchronicity in your own life? I’d love to hear about it.
Sending you love, and my wishes that the weekend ahead be a magical time of replenishment and deep contentment for you, Nicole xx
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Things like that happen often for a reason