The Synchronicity of Coming Together

The Synchronicity of Coming Together

In a brilliant buzz titled Things coming together by the Queen of Paradoxes Sara Jacobovici wrote about the great consequences when the external and internal words are in synchronicity. I commented on her buzz by writing " It is amazing how cross-pollination of ideas leads to writing such a lovely buzz dear @Sara Jacobovici. Thanks are also due to dear @Deb Lange for provoking you to write this buzz.
What a lovely idea: the synchronization of time and BOTH spaces-internal world and external world- can only lead to `Our internal world by itself, and our external world by itself, are doomed to fade away into mere shadows, and only a kind of union of the two will preserve an independent reality". I would again highlight that the two worlds are spaces and the two have to be in synchronicity for our world to be meaningful.
What still intrigues me more is the extension of this idea. For example, external and internal motivators shall give real meaning to motivation if they are in synchronicity. It is not this or that; it is both acting and reinforcing each other in simultaneity that produces the biggest effect of motivation. I don't think this idea has been discussed before. I wonder what you think".

Sara responded to my comment by writing "It is not this or that; it is both acting and reinforcing each other in simultaneity that produce the biggest effect of motivation." @Ali Anani, you have taken the concept of "things coming together" and, from my perspective, you have managed to penetrate the 4th timespace dimension.

In terms of time, I am always amazed as to how much you get done in the same amount of time as "us mortals" but I am hopeful you will at some point manage to find the time to expand on this exceptional idea.
I am going to use the hive https://www.bebee.com/group/bubbling-honey to share the thoughts that your idea has inspired". This response prompted me to explore this idea further.

We have internal and internal customers, external and internal conflicts and stresses, external and internal customers, external and internal forces and external and internal conflicts. We live in a world that either the external and internal forces work together or against each other. Should the spacetime of external and internal forces work in synchronicity what would happen? To illustrate more, I give an example of a lawyer. This lawyer has an external force to her client. However; deep down in her heart she believes that her client is guilty. Here we have a case in which the external force and the internal one are opposing each other. In physics, we say the external force makes the object lose its mechanical energy. The opposite is true if the lawyer believed her client isn't guilty and internal world tells her she is right defending her.

We see same happening in organizations that have conflict in aligning their behavior to external customers as they do with their internal customers. These organizations end up moving in the wrong direction. As the conflict continues no wonder the organization would lose all its mechanical energy and that eventually the organization freezes and has no movement. The realization that the conflict between serving internal customers from external customers are not separate in time raises red flags. They aren't separated in time or space and therefore they aren't canceling each other; to the opposite, they are building negative impact. The two forces come together, but unfortunately in a harmful manner.

The external world and internal world come together. It is upon us to make them work together and move us to success, or work against each other for us to lose our movement. Ali Anani, PhD
Our family (internal) world and work (external) world aren't different. The two worlds come together, but in which direction that is the question. If they are conflicting each other no wonder that divorces happen. I believe they affect each other and their directional synchronicity shall lead to happiness at work and at home.

Do you agree?
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๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams

#35
Thank you Ali Anani Yet to be a mother or even a wife sigh. But I'm sure I'll make a pretty great one someday. ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ™ƒ I hope he's ok .

๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams

#35
Yet to be a mother or even a wife LOL. But I'm sure I'll make a pretty great one someday. ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ™ƒ I hope he's ok .

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#33
Thank you dear \ud83d\udc1d Fatima Williams and I love your enriching comments. You remind me of a mother who lives in the conflict of penalizing a kid for fear to spoil or being too kind to her and then spoil her. I wonder too where is dear Anees Zaidi is. I sent him a message sometime ago, but got no answer. I hope o hear from him soon. I appreciate your encouraging words. You are wonderful.

๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams

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๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams

I just read Sara's buzz and reading this buzz only leaves me in wonder on how well you explain and do what you do Ali Anani and since I'm at the opposite world I'm losing track of getting to read your buzzes first like I used to. Or perhaps I need some time management examples from you. Your so good with stories. I miss Anees Zaidi stories too..I wonder where he is these days. DearAli Anani I love the way you explained the conflict of thoughts in the lawyers mind. I'm just concerned that sometimes we fail to realise which world we are in and which one needs more importance.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#29
Dear Tausif Mundrawala- your example reflects your creative mind. Surely, you are.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Dear - your comment made me joyful and I feel the experience of being more productive. Thank you

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#27
Dear Jeet Sarkar- love your reference to the social and global conflicts. We are limited in resources when we become less creative. Look for the sun energy how much of its energy we have captured in ratio to its potential.

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

4 years ago #19

Definitely, I would say a person joyous at home is productive at workplace.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#23
- I highlight the name of Mohammed Sultan

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#24
I love this "It forced new eyes to look at it and update it as it applied to the now instead of being a prisoner of the past". I agree with you and that is why the definition of creativity s seeing new possibilities in joing two or more known ideas together in such a new way that something new may appear. It is the linking of distant ideas that may provide us with new perspectives and possibilities.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#21
The you, the me and both of us your comment resonates with me. Togetherness is the name of the game. I wrote on Separation Thinking and we share few ideas here. Yes, it is nombodies idea, the wind has carried te seeds of it.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#18
Thank you dear for opening up the discussion. Yes, employees today want to work with organizations that are consistent with their beliefs as well. Employees come with a position. Now the question, if we change this belief or attitude, then we also affect the velocity or rate of change. People are gravitated to their beliefs, but once these beliefs alter, the velocity of the organization changes. Here is the question that knocks on my mind: do we need to monitor beliefs and attitudes for if they change even slightly, the organization changes. Likewise; the organizational culture is. Do we need new indicators for change? Thank you Jean again for making me think and ask questions.

David Navarro Lรณpez

David Navarro Lรณpez

4 years ago #14

#16
amazing that it took so long. I sent it first week of december. Maybe i should send the one of next year already, so you get it ontime LOL

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#11
I forgot to mention hat only yesterday I received your postcard. from Koln. Thank you dear David Navarro L\u00f3pez. You have such a beautiful handwriting. I wish I had the same.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#12
Your superb comment is a sign of your intelligence Mohammed Sultan.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#11
Great and I know that when you put your mind in any issue of interest to you something of value shall emerge David Navarro L\u00f3pez. In reference to the planets they are Newtonian in their behavior and follow rules. Human beings behavior is non-Newtonian and may not behave similarly. Eager to know what your thinking shall bring to the discussion table.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#10
Thank you Sara Jacobovici as you bring to the discussion a hugely important point: the butterfly effect and the example of Steve Jobs. Honestly, this is a remarkable comment as you provide a great exemplary story on how to make the external forces in harmony with the internal ones. I feel your forthcoming post shall be of great value because I expect the unexpected quality of thinking from you as based on your comment.

David Navarro Lรณpez

David Navarro Lรณpez

4 years ago #9

While trying to think "out of the box" until i form a better idea about this challenging post, a thought came to my mind. When internal and external forces are acting against one to eachother, inmobility might happen. But i don,t see it as a thing to avoid in all cases. Planets use these forces to remain in balance. Lot of things to think about concerning to this.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #8

#9
The more thinking you do and the more questions you ask Ali Anani, the more exciting it gets! Your question about the internal and external either being like elements that are miscible or don't diffuse leads me to think that what we "generate" will either be accepted and allow for the homogeneity process to occur or to repel the direction of the process away from homogeneity. I am prepared to be told when my thinking is going off, but the other thought I have is in relation to your discussion about energy; what if we, our energy is like the butterfly effect? Ultimately we are just a part of nature and we have some idea as to how nature influences us, but instead of limiting our understanding to how things work around us (or in us) maybe we need to look at how we, the stuff we're made of, like energy, actually happens as one seamless process? Thanks for giving me the space and time to think and learn Dr. Ali.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Sara Jacobovici. I wonder if we may have another perspective: about the affinity of the two forces (external and internal) to each other> Are they like alcohol and water miscible with each other or more like water and fuel and don't diffuse in each other. Internal forces are like gravity and they tend to be energy-conserving. They may change their position and so there potential energy changing to kinetic energy. External forces are more like mechanical energy. Does this energy move the conservative energy to higher levels, lower levels or even restrict the movement of the body being an opposing force. The Heisenberg Uncertainty principle is shining in your example. Yes, we impact what we observe.Are we like electrons moving and when we observe them. This principle states that the position and velocity cannot both be measured,exactly, at the same time. Can we be ascertain of our position as we observe? If we do then we don't know our velocity and vice versa. What should we aim for? Still much more to think about.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #6

Kudos to you Ali Anani for having produced the quality of work (in such a short time while juggling so much) which has provoked the quality of comments attached. I found myself "liking" all the way through the exchanges. You challenge me to find the words to communicate the thoughts your work has sparked in my mind. The only way, at this time, is to allow myself to "think out loud". The two points that stand out for me after the first reading are connected to you writing, "directional synchronicity" and the "external world and internal world come together. It is upon us to make them work together..." This makes me see why even as observers, we impact and influence what we observe. We are in constant flux, everything is moving, in all directions and in all times, and it is our involvement, because there is never a time we are not involved, in all of this that can either allow or facilitate the coming together or be an agent of blocking, preventing or disrupting that process. You have set me on a particular course Dr. Ali. I like the direction you are sending me in. Thank you for the mention. I am honoured to be mentioned in your work.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#5
Cheers Harvey Lloyd. I am still brewing the idea and your comment opened a new window for thought.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #4

#4
BINGO, on the Alcohol understanding. "strong people generate alcohol" ......for those who have water in their fuel tank. Would add though though that we can add alcohol for others, but we too require alcohol from time to time. Especially as we seek to stretch outside our own paradigm. What would the alcohol be for the internal? Without context this conversation would imply we may need to back away from the bar for a while:)

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#3
First I appreciate your comment dear debasish majumder and this part moved me "we cannot rule out, when we are in mother's fetus, through umbilical chord, we receive the external world's vibes by virtue of mother's impulses:. As for your question "so synchronicity is itself a determining affair, an inbuilt mechanism of this universe, where we are mere an instrument..."- well you have a valid point. We have to remember that truly we can't control the external environment; but also we may adapt to it and we have the power to change the inner self so that it would force its direction. How many scientists negated the prevailing beliefs, but because of their internal power they changed the direction of the outside world (the society). May be this is in part a response to the great comment bellow by dear Harvey Lloyd in that strong people generate alcohol (fuel) inside.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
This is a lovely challenge dear Harvey Lloyd. I shall respond in a dedicated post. I love your example of water-fuel example is super and your mind shines my friend.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #1

You have identified the issues surrounding the human dynamic, by asking the questions of cognitive dissonance. When fuel(internal) and water (external) come together they don't mix. We have a EPA superfund problem or we have an additive we can add that makes the fuel useable. Alcohol. I will leave it to your great mind to flush out the metaphoric value of Alcohol Ali Anani

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