There's no indication that there is an overarching mentality which pervades the cosmos, nor that the minds we're familiar with here on our own planet are, by some undiscovered means, connected. We have, rather, individual instances of very similarly-patterned minds, working within similar parameters of pattern recognition, and by definition unaware of patterns which do not concern them. Why does a cloud that looks like a rabbit "look like" something, while another configuration isn't recognized as anything at all? Is there some internal rationale to the water vapor that pursues some benefit in resembling a small, furry animal? Indeed, it's only our confirmation bias that recognizes a shape's significance, when any such shape is equally significant (or insignificant) once you remove the impositions of the observer.
What we forget is that the sum of all thought that's influenced our respective cultures thus far has been limited to a single species, over the course of a (cosmically, or biologically) short time.