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  • Writer's pictureBernard Beitman, MD

Gen Z Knows Synchronicity: Aspiring to the Collective Mind Among 20-Somethings

Young adults are using amazing synchronicities to heighten their spirituality, compassion, and connection.


Born between 1997 and 2012, Generation Z is using TikTok and other social media platforms to connect with each other. Meaningful coincidences like angel numbers (11:11, 2:22, 3:33) and amazing synchronicities heighten their spirituality and their desire for more compassion and connection.


Gen Z has grown up in the digital age, effortlessly navigating the online world. Their ability to adapt to rapidly evolving technology is truly extraordinary. Embracing diversity in all forms, Gen Z has an inclusive mindset that transcends cultural boundaries. They are catalysts for social change, utilizing their digital fluency to advocate for important causes.


Authenticity is highly valued among Gen Z, as they seek genuine connections and experiences — including the need to recognize and benefit from coincidences and synchronicities.


In this week’s podcast episode, Lexi Wirth beautifully exemplifies this trend and has much to teach older people about the future of the Earth.


Here’s a coincidence story of my own to get our conversation started:

My glasses were scratched, road signs were becoming blurry. Maybe I needed a new vision prescription. So I called for an appointment. She asked what times and days were best for me. I replied “Tuesdays at 11:00 and Fridays at 2:00,” and was then told that my regular ophthalmologist was scheduling patients three months away. “Do you want another provider?” the receptionist asked. “Okay.” “Then we can do tomorrow, Tuesday, at 11:00 a.m.” That was quick service! I got in the next day. Definitely a meaningful coincidence.

My guest this week is Lexi Wirth, a Gen Z high-frequency coincider who experiences synchronicities, serendipities, and serialities daily. She is a highly spiritual person who enjoys connecting with people, nature, and animals through meaningful coincidences.


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