Reflections of The One Mind

Individuality
The concept of individuality probably inflicts the greatest injury to the concept of All That Is. Individuality implies separateness and a boundary. Individuality is determined by external sources. The concept of individuality creates the walls.

There has never been, nor will there ever be, a negative act from the internal I Am. All negativity stems from the concept of individuality. Individuality is the fertile ground of the […]

Integration

What separates the thought from the manifestation is simply integration.
As we have spoken, you are not driven by your reality but by what is projected by your mind into your reality.

Your condemnation of others is simply judgement of yourself and the fear of your shortcomings. Be confident in yourself, focused on yourself.

The bite of the serpent can only sting you if you put your […]

Service

When you give in true service, unconditionally, without expectation, it always serves for the highest good, though you may not be aware at that time, or ever, of the positive affects your assistance has had. Therefore, the question at hand is how do you nurture and fulfill yourself in the process of giving when you may not see an end product.

The key is in the motivation. When you are unconditionally loving […]

One Liners from The One Mind

The greatest gift you can offer another is the awareness that they are loved, not because they are perfect, but because they exist. Therein lies the secret and the ointment for an ailing heart.

There is no greater security than the awareness and the beauty that the universe takes care of all its children.

Chaos, the tribulation, is not created from evil, it is created from […]

Sacrifice

In ancient times sacrifice was an important part of most religious rituals and was carried over into the Judeo-Christian belief system. The one sacrificed was the bridge between the human and divine offered to the gods as an appeasement, a petition, or in celebration because the one performing the sacrificial ritual did not feel worthy or in communion with the divine.

Humanity has always perceived […]

Metamorphic Transcendence

From a Caterpillar’s Point of View
The imagery of the metamorphic process of the caterpillar to the butterfly has often been used as an analogy for the transformational process that occurs in enlightenment and, in fact, it is an excellent metaphor that encapsulates the process of transcendence.

Possibly the most important message that this image offers is lost in the precognition of the caterpillar’s transformation into […]