Lana Del Ray and SynchroDestiny Manifestation

Born to Die

by Screedler on May 1, 2012

I have posted many times on Deepak Chopra’s concept of SynchroDestiny.  Most I’m sure, scoff at the idea, but I think it’s a great way to look at things with a different perspective.  The basic concept of SynchroDestiny is that instances of coincidence contain a purpose.  They contain a meaning.  They have a direction.  They have intention.  It’s the universe sending a message to you.  But you have to be willing to receive it, decipher it  and act upon it to give it meaning.  I know it sounds like a bunch of new age mumbo jumbo, but I enjoy finding instances of it and thinking about what they mean.  Sometimes,  if I can think of something proactive to do to take it to the next level, I will.  These moments can be something as grand as a lunar eclipse to something as small as a song.

Which brings me to this post.  The day before yesterday, I posted a video of a young man pouring his alcoholic mom’s $2000 stash of liquor down the toilet.  The video featured the melancholy inducing song “Blue Jean”s by Lana Del Ray.  Yesterday, The Fix posted a story about her newest music video for the song “Carmen”, which is a cautionary tale of an alcohol and meth abusing teen.  The internet is now all a flutter about comments she posted in response to a viewers heartfelt appreciation of the piece: 

My best friend in the world just got clean off meth a few months ago, and when I showed her this song we realized this song hit such a soft spot for both of us … as soon as I watched the video and saw the “how does meth change our brains” part I just lost it and bawled my eyes out … It’s like this song has a hidden meaning only my friend and I can understand, and I wish I could meet Lana and tell her how her music affected us, but I know she’ll never see this. :( Love her.

Del Rey did see it, though, and left a revealing response. “I see you,” Del Rey wrote. “Love you. I got clean too, so I know how it goes.”

Is the above an instance of SynchroDestiny? 

I have read that Del Ray has admitted to having been a teenage alcoholic, but was she also a meth addict?  I have not seen any definitive admission to either after some fairly extensive iResearch. 

So I will practice a little proactive SynchroDestiny for Lana to come out and come clean on the subject.  Here would be a great place, in my humble opinion, but any platform would be appreciated by the many who have struggled and wonder if a brighter future awaits them in sobriety.

So what if Lana responded to this post?  Would it be proof of SynchroDestiny.  No.  But it sure would be cool.  The more likely reality is that this post will not even register in her universe.  Does that disprove SynchroDestiny?  Not to me.  I will keep on looking for meaning in this crazy coincident filled universe.  

 

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1 Paul Garrigan May 1, 2012 at 11:15 pm

These days it takes courage to admit to keeping an open mind about ideas like this. The scientific materialist debunkers and atheist scoff at anything they consider to be ‘woo woo’. Those of us who dare to think beyond the narrow framework of scientism risk being labeled deluded or stupid. I’m not sure about SynchroDestiny, but I certainly wouldn’t dismiss it. I definitely believe that when the student is ready the teacher appears.

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2 Screedler May 2, 2012 at 6:49 pm

Thanks Paul, I hope I don’t come across as too out there… it’s fun to read and write about. Here’s a link to the book that got me hooked on Deepak http://www.amazon.com/Synchrodestiny-Deepak-Chopra/dp/1844132196
I actually listened to the audio book. What I liked about it was his integration of things quite scientific such as quantum physics into his explanation of reality. Really got me thinking. He also has a wonderful book on the life of Buddha that I really enjoyed http://www.amazon.com/Buddha-Story-Enlightenment-Deepak-Chopra/dp/0060878800> Thanks again -for keeping up with is here at TDA!

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