Sunday, November 12, 2006


Something I channeled this morning: It is oft said by those both in spirit and in body that all is one. It is difficult to understand this at times. You say it, you say you believe it, but to actually have proof of it is something else. You might have experienced an overwhelming feeling on occasion that leads you to believe all is one, but as time passes and the memory of that exhilaration fades somewhat you begin to wonder if perhaps you might have miss-experienced the whole thing.

Very much like a scientist who seeks to prove a theory every piece of evidence they feel supports their theory goes into the arsenal to prove it. Likewise, the opposing team might have taken that very same piece of evidence and said that it proves their theory which is in direct opposition to the first groups’ theory.

It is all in how you look at things.

But, for the Oneness of the universe one might for a moment in time look at all the things that have happened to you in your lifetime. If, on the one hand, you are depressed, and a pessimist and unwilling to accept responsibility for your life you might say the cards of life had been stacked against you and you see no clear continuity in the way your life has progressed. However, if you are willing to consider that it is all one you might try to pretend just for a moment or so that everything that ever happened to you was important in its own way to support the life that you call your own. It was necessary for you to experience whatever you experienced at the tender age of 7 to bring you to who you are now. So, in a sense, even the bad things can turn into good things. Your higher self only chooses those things that support the journey of you in the best fashion.

When seeking to compare yourself against others you employ a double edged sword. On the one hand you can be made to feel wanting. On the other you can seek to higher aspirations or other aspirations.

Try for a moment to imagine yourself as deeply involved and intertwined with the life of your neighbor. You need not be his or her best buddy. You need not even speak every day. You might even be on the outs with them. But, you are as involved and as one with that person as you are with a person who lives clear around the world who you will never think of or speak to. The quest is for all to experience life, to enjoy life, to explore life. And, you’re not all on separate teams.

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