synchronicity

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synchronicity

(sĭng′krə-nĭs′ĭ-tē, sĭn′-)
n. pl. synchronici·ties
1. The state or fact of being synchronous or simultaneous; synchronism.
2. 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.

synchronicity (singˈ·krn·niˑ·si·tē),

n the coincidence of an observer's internal state with an external event. Believed by Carl Jung to show evidence of a general acausal link between mind and matter. See also acausal.