Using a scientific theory of synchronicity, Sky Nelson-Isaacs presents a model for living 'in the flow' — a state of optimal functioning, creative thinking, and seemingly effortless productivity. Translating ideas from theoretical physics into actionable steps, he joined Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss how our choices create meaning, and ways we can live in better alignment with who we want to be. The filters we use to perceive the world and that change our perception of reality ultimately lead to synchronicity, Nelson-Isaacs explained. Synchronicity is an overlooked but central aspect of life as it can help us understand the world and each other at a deeper level, he added.
Nelson-Isaacs described time as a line journeying from the past to the future, and synchronicity as a connection between a future event that influences a present event and leads to the meaningful coincidences that we experience in life. We anticipate how we want to feel in the future and that influences the possibilities of the timeline we're on in the present, he explained. "Synchronicities are the unfolding of circumstances in a meaningful way to match an intent... that we want to have in the future," Nelson-Isaacs noted. Synchronicities show us there is something much bigger going on than just our individual issues, and can open us up to develop more compassion and empathy for each other's differences, he suggested.
During the latter half of the program, Craig Hamilton-Parker talked about his work as a psychic medium, as well as his Mystic Journey to India TV project, which chronicles his discovery of a 5,000-year-old Indian oracle. According to Hamilton-Parker, the psychic readings he has given provide verifiable evidence for the continuation of consciousness. "We have a rock solid case for proof of life after death," he said. Hamilton-Parker commented on his documentary about Princess Diana in which he claims to have successfully contacted Diana's spirit during a seance. "We were told by her that [her death] was ultimately an accident," he revealed.
In Mystic Journey to India, Hamilton-Parker reports on an ancient Indian oracle recorded on palm leaves that provided insights into his future, and even the date he will die. "The oracle I found in India... it was written thousands of years ago and within it are the details of any person that will ever consult it, including their names," he explained. Hamilton-Parker's consultation with the oracle occurred by proxy so the person who consulted the oracle on his behalf had no information about him. "Remarkably, he told me incredible things and there was absolutely no way he could know who I was," he said.