Psychology — 18 February 2013
A mere coincidence is a collection of two or more events or conditions, closely related by time, space, form, or other associations which appear unlikely to bear a relationship as either cause to effect or effects of a shared cause, within the observer’s or observers’ understanding of what cause can produce what effects.
The world can be seen in several ways. Linear: a causal way, a kind of definite chronological order in which each thing is individual, all clear. There is also an organic way of seeing. In this reality lot of things happening at the same time where our mind filters through the habits, the reality of the moment. So if we can come over the filters, opens up a huge opportunity for experiencing reality. There are many levels at once, and one can see things in many ways.