Here’s a synchronicity. I was reading an article from Fibonacci LifeChart when I remembered earlier that morning I had come across several issues of The Fibonacci Quarterly from the 1960s. An example of synchronicities, “meaningful coincidences” that happen in everyone’s life. They sometimes go unnoticed, maybe dismissed or ignored. So delicious, especially for a species looking for meaning, they are also celebrated. Synchronicities also show us there is unity, in this mysterious life.
The article A Fractal Science of Synchronicity and Fibonacci Life Chart explores the research of “meaningful coincidences”. Bumping into this article led me to something rather interesting, The Fibonacci Life Chart Method (FLCM). Created by Toronto-based researcher Dr Robert G Sacco, a pioneer in the research of synchronicity, it is a model that provides an individual, whether in self-reflection or working with a therapist, to explore events in their life. Seeing the synchronicities can lead us through a portal to greater meaning.
The Fibonacci Life Chart
What are Fibonacci Numbers?
Each number in the Fibonacci sequence is the sum of the two preceding numbers. We see them visually represented throughout nature – leaves, the nautilus shells, and the spiral of galaxies, for example. According to research by Dr Sacco, key biological and psychological events can be predicted by Fibonacci time patterns. Some of these are brain and cognitive development, happiness levels, puberty, and average life expectancy.
Fibonacci numbers exist at the quantum level, in the DNA molecule, in biological cell division, and in self-organizing systems; they are a reliable way of predicting physical and psychological change. Especially, the Fibonacci numbers can indicate an increase in the experience of synchronicity.
Method of Using Fibonacci Numbers to Predict Synchronicity (8/15/2019), FLC
The FLCM generates data based on a starting point, such as a person’s birth date (within five days, if the exact is unknown) and calculates nine life cycles and 252 unique calendar dates using the Fibonacci sequence. Life cycles refer to successive stages in a person’s life such as infancy and puberty, with each one bearing four characteristics. These are epigenetic change, phase transition, fractality, and synchronicity.
The premise is that as dynamic systems, humans experience cycles. Each present moment consists of that person’s individual cycles and trends. When a cycle is longer, it also has more amplitude, which reflects more importance, meaning, and energy.
Future cycles can also be predicted, based on harmonics. Given that the nine life cycles are 1.67, 2.70, 4.37, 7.08, 11.45, 18.53, 29.99, 48.52, and 78.51 years old, we can look at various harmonic cycles. The example given is that a 1.67-year cycle have harmonics such as 3.34 (1.67*2) and 5.01 (1.67*3). The nodes of harmonics give us synchronicities. According to their research, synchronicities occur within 34 days before or after each identified time period.
Download the Fibonacci Lifechart and the guidebook for free. You will need Excel to run the life chart. The guidebook also explains the life cycles, the six principles of FLCM, and how to proceed with the chart in detail. This is a fascinating experiment and if you are called, I invite you to explore the FLCM.
Or perhaps you’d like to enter the Mystical through the Seven Sacred Seals, which invite Grace into your life.
Serendipity is a side effect of Grace. You will find that things in your outer life seem to flow more smoothly, and at the same time your inner world becomes more peaceful. Your physical body will learn to relax all on its own as you embrace the joy that comes from this increase in serendipity.
Richard Rudd, The Seven Sacred Seals