How to Achieve or Believe in Oneness

There is nothing to believe. Once you experience it, you will know. A deep knowing will arise when you begin to raise your consciousness to see the interconnectedness of all things.

As we focus more on the space between objects and the silence between thoughts and words. There is an energy field that connects the entire universe and that lies between all things. Science has proven it but we can experience it when we close our eyes and feel it within.


A Few Exercises to Help You Experience Oneness

Exercise 1) Meditative Prayer Gratitude

There is a very powerful meditative prayer gratitude you can do to discover this as well. It’s non-religious and purely scientific. The next time you have a meal, think of all the things and people and creatures and phenomena that made your meal possible. From the sun to the rain, the trees and the bees, the farmers and the truckers, the road pavers and truck manufacturers, the miners and their parents, and so on and so on.

There is no end to this exercise and eventually, you will realize we are all connected, we are all dependent on one another, and we are truly all one.

Exercise 2) The Observer And The Observed

It’s easiest when starting out to close your eyes and turn your awareness towards that which is aware. Pay attention to an object (either your breath or a mantra) and notice how there are three planes of existence all happening simultaneously: the object (the thing that can be known), a meditation on the object (the knowing), and the person doing the meditating (the knower).

When we can see there is no separateness between the observer and the observed, we can see oneness.

Q & A With Todd

Q: Dear Todd, I get sad when I think about duality as the non-duality has not happened yet for me. Sometimes I escape and focus on the now but it doesn’t last much. I go back to thinking and get lost in sadness.

TODD ANSWERS: A few moments of presence and peace are priceless! Some, and perhaps your older self, would love for just a few moments. Don’t worry so much about the destination. Focus on the journey, the here and now, and then those moments will become longer and more frequent. Also, by letting go of the desired outcome, suddenly the desired outcome can appear out of nowhere.

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