I’m sure you’ve had an experience that felt ‘too good to be true’ — like when you happened to meet your future spouse because of some fluke that had you somewhere you’d normally never be. Or when you called a friend and they were dialing your number at the exact same moment.
Some people call this coincidence or dumb luck, but I prefer to think of these experiences as part of a divine conspiracy. The divine, in all its wisdom and awareness, knows what is best for each of us, what is in our highest good, and what experiences will serve us well. And it goes out of its way to arrange these situations so that we can stumble into them.
Sometimes we are kept from something, so the divine conspiracy acts as a block or barrier to keep us from having a certain experience. At other times, it is guiding us toward something. Either way, if we notice, observe and stay unattached to having things look a certain way, we can float along with the intentions of divine wisdom and will.
If you take a moment to look back at those times in your life when you have opened up and allowed yourself to simply be carried along by divine will, you may notice that while the outcome didn’t always look the way you expected, the experience turned out to be just what you needed at that moment.
I encourage you to take this perspective the next time you find yourself in a situation that appears coincidental, happenstance or as if ‘dumb luck’ occurred. Make the subtle shift in your view to allow for the possibility that it was all part of a divine conspiracy on your behalf!
Have you experienced this? Please share . . .