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Are my feelings interrelated with everyone else in this world?

Lisa Oz
Health Education

There are times when our interrelatedness seems freakishly weird and anything but scientific. Although our usual paradigm of reality is one of separation and discrete degrees of differentiation, all of us experience unexplainable moments of obvious connection. Instances of ESP, deja vu, and improbable coincidence make us stop and wonder what is really going on. No logical reason explains why you should know that someone is going to call just before the phone rings, or that you should happen to be in the right place at the right time to meet the single person who could change your life (as I did the night I met my husbad). So many things happen that make absolutely no sense if we believe that we exist independently of each other.

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