The term Synchronicity refers to the belief that everything and everyone in the universe is connected by a universal force. So there’s no such thing as coincidence.
The great psychologist and philosopher Carl Jung introduced the concept of synchronicity in the early 1920s.
Jung described synchronicity as an “acausal connecting principle” where events in the external world might align to a person’s experience, mirroring or echoing their concerns or thoughts.
Most people experience surprising coincidences from time to time.
For example, someone might encounter a reference to some obscure event in history for the first time, and then see several unrelated references to the same event in close succession.