Posts Tagged ‘Law of Oneness’
It has been my experience that love is often the most universal message that people who have touched the other side bring back to us. That being said, even though love is the most important quality that we can express as human beings, there is also good reason to ally with love and forgiveness in our lives.
While we are on this planet our actions and contributions really do matter. As souls we are evolving and growing, and through this evolutionary process taking place on the soul level the planet too is in a process of evolution. Evolution is the creative dynamic that love creates.
In today’s final blog in this series I rely a bit on the esoteric traditions of spirituality that came before us, especially that of the Judeo-Christian and Jewish traditions. As I do so, I want to be clear that there are many traditions that express and say these same things in different ways. My personal background is in Christianity, and most of my formal teaching related to religion and spirituality stem from this tradition. This is why my blogs contain some archaic Christian language as reference points for spiritual understanding. Read the rest of this entry »
Most spiritual seekers are aware of the more well-known Universal Laws, particularly the Law of Attraction. However, did you know there are several other spiritual laws that govern the Universe? Yes, there are! These laws can help you get the most out of life.
1. The Law of Divine Oneness
We all originate from the same source; we are linked to one another, as well as every energy and creature in the rest of the Universe. In short, we are all connected to the Divine. Every thought that we think, every action that we take, or indeed, everything we believe, are not insignificant, because they have the power to influence other people.
Furthermore, depending upon what thoughts, actions or beliefs we partake in, they have the power to produce either a positive or negative end result. It is important, therefore, that we practice kindness and understanding towards others, and extend love at all times to our fellow man, as this will, in turn, create a beautiful ripple effect throughout the world at large. Read the rest of this entry »
Quantum physics deals with the behavior of matter and energy on a minuscule scale – the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. Atoms are tiny force fields described as waves and research has shown that atoms can spread out to be in more than one place at one time.
In the quantum world, common sense is violated and has no place. On the quantum level atoms become fuzzy and erratic. Particles appear and disappear at random. Nothing is certain. In other words, atoms are like people – they are hard to predict with absolute certainty.
We are basically light and information – patterns of energy. At the quantum level there are infinite amounts of energy in a very, very small amount of time. The energy cannot be observed, so you don’t know what it is. It’s a place where miracles happen and all the possibilities come together. For example, if the atom were the size of a marble, and an electron the width of a hair, they would be two miles apart. Read the rest of this entry »
In my personal experience Spirit is the in-dwelling essence from which all things come. Spirit is the life force that dwells within us and in all living things, and represents each individual’s highest path and potential.
So how do we connect with “Spirit”? The concept or idea of Spirit is found within many spiritual traditions. It is the reason why individuals to this day practice specific religions in hopes that they too can align themselves with the higher power or Spirit. Read the rest of this entry »
Stress, whether it manifests as physical, emotional or spiritual, is a major factor in the depletion of our energy, resulting in us going out of balance. Meditation is a tried and trusted way of dealing with stress, raising energy and bringing balance. It is also favorable in achieving some other wonderful outcomes, including the direct experience of our connection to the unified field of intelligence, or “the void.”
The past two weeks have been considerably hectic for me, and I’ve missed my daily meditation. Meditation is instrumental in helping me feel aligned in body, mind and spirit for the kind of work I do, not to mention, assisting in dealing with the current chaos in my life! Read the rest of this entry »
Meditation. One simple word that makes many people uneasy. As soon as I mention it to people, I hear 50 different reasons why they believe they can’t do it. But I know what a wonderful, beautiful thing meditation can be.
According to the Chopra Center meditation offers benefits on all levels of mind, body and soul, including reduced stress and anxiety, decreased blood pressure, lower cholesterol, better use of oxygen by the body, increased production of the anti-aging hormone DHEA and improved sleep.
I personally know the difference daily meditation makes inside my mind, and out there in the real world. So, when people are bewildered by it, I find it difficult to relate. In a quest to better understand the struggle some people face in their meditation practice, I have therefore explored some of the more common complaints I often hear. In the process I have formulated some guidelines that may help to make mediation less intimidating. Read the rest of this entry »
It really is no surprise, at this time of great spiritual awakening on Planet Earth, that the Internet has surfaced as the most powerful communication tool in modern times. With just a few key strokes we can search for virtually any subject and get immediate answers.
Usually we think of the Internet as a great technological advancement, but there is a universal law that states, “As above, so below.” Could the technological phenomenon of the Internet simply be a material manifestation of what is happening spiritually all over the planet?
As humans are searching more and more for answers to the meaning of life, stretching their brains more and more to accommodate the ever expanding wealth of knowledge, the Internet continues to grow. Read the rest of this entry »
The word soulmate is probably one of the most misunderstood words in our English language. What most people think of as a soulmate is actually the meaning applied to twin flame soulmates. In reality there are many different types of soulmates.
Clients call me all the time asking, “When will I meet my soulmate?” Or, they may ask if the one they just met is their soulmate. Still others are convinced that the one that got away is their only soulmate and they are doomed to be unhappy in love, because no one else will ever do. Others, who are in addictive, co-dependent or completely dysfunctional relationships, also sometimes ascribe the name soulmate to their partner.
The familiarity that we feel with certain individuals is there because we have been together many times, but it isn’t necessarily always romantic. Read the rest of this entry »