Paul Weston is a Glastonbury based author who decided to try and play games with the universe’s apparent inclination to interact with us through synchronistic events. In this video, he talks about his experiments, the obsessive diaries he kept and the ensuing sequence of preposterous synchronistic events that ensued.
Paul talks about a concept he calls higher dimensional symmetry: “beyond the illusion of 3rd dimensional time and our bodies in a straight sequence, there is something else playing out that connects with our very deepest tendencies and the star of our true will. Over the years I let this go and found that after a certain point, I was so given over to this aspect of my consciouness that it literally did itself.
I infuse this with a very deep seated creativity that I bring to all of my projects, to me creativity art magic they are inseparable.”
Paul also tells us about his recent project the William Blake festival, in Glastonbury, and the synchronistic events entwined with that. The image shared here is the cover art for this recent book, William Blake and the Glastonbury Gnosis. It’s by a mysterious Glastonbury man, Yuri Leitch, Pauls ongoing collaborator who I was introduced to by the trees in last month’s edition. Based on these hints from the universe, it’s probably about time Yuri and I had a chat.
Thanks to Paul for taking the time to talk, enjoy the video.
Find Paul here: paulwestonglastonbury.com
Find Yuri Leitch here: yurileitch.co.uk