We are now in a perfect storm of possibility to change the world, will we realize this then use the opportunity for an awakening and renewal of the Oneness and unity of life, or remain mired in separation based fear and divisiveness?
If you fear or resist the concept of your Oneness, it’s because it appears to challenge your individuality, your self-identity
If we are to ever rise above a consciousness of separation, selfishness and fear, it will take many individuals focusing their mindset and behavior on oneness, unity and love.
Playing For Change offers a wonderful avenue for both seeing and feeling our oneness. How can we experience more ways to feel our unity with all people?
Researcher Mark Waldeman on spirituality and the brain, relating to his research findings about how belief affects the brain.
Why can’t we operate our world from a view of oneness even with our various explanations about life? If we can see that the different views are valid and not feel threatened by them, we can see above them all in a sense, to our oneness.
Nobel Peace laureate Jody Williams gives her views on the concept of peace. She indicates how peace is more than meditating and feeling togetherness.
For one in search of more understanding about Islam, a great source of information covering a broad spectrum is the Inside Islam radio series, produced by Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders. In our quest for a deeper understanding of the world it’s important to realize it is our personal responsibility to find out for ourselves, we know we can’t rely on the mainstream media or the common talk that goes on all around us. Here we have a wonderful resource for obtaining a deeper understanding of Islam and Muslim people that is well worth some of your attention.
Inspirational video, the more we Love.
Poet – Philosopher David Whyte talks about the challenges and experience of belonging.
Researcher-storyteller Brene Brown discusses human vulnerability and how it affects our feelings and behavior. She helps us expand our perception into our own behaviors.