For the musically uninclined, System Swith Three suggests you try singing.
Don’t be afraid; just start at the very beginning; a very good place to start.
Last night I found my conjecture to be true.
As I demonstrated last night at Jamjuree — the happiest day of my life, by the way — Synchronicity can occur across languages when every one is focused on the same ( word / concept ) in both languages.
In last night’s demonstration, we chose the word “water” in English and its corresponding word in Thai
(J, K, L, M, N O, . . . )
Perhaps we can discover a gentler way to focus two groups’ attention on the same ( word / concept ) in both languages.
I apologize for my theatrics. 😉 And my heartfelt thanks to those who were there for the help they gave me.
But I’m no longer welcome at Jamjuree. *Sigh*
But, on the brighter side, now that I’ve demonstrated that Synchronicity across languages is possible, perhaps now we can start to heal an old wound.