Category: oneness


“The mind replays what the heart can’t delete.”


Try to imagine that the universe is one infinite consciousness – like one infinite conscious entity but not in the human sense. A type of being that’s barely conceivable to us. Not part of a population, civilization or even a family – one infinite, ever changing and expanding consciousness.

Those of a negative orientation such as the extremely wealthy elite who hoard much wealth and resources, and exert power and control over many, would not promote oneness. They thrive on separateness so that we are selfish, feed our egos continuously, buy material goods in an attempt to find happiness, and are enslaved to an economic system that suffocates spiritual growth and in turn oneness. If every human came together with an understanding of oneness we would be rightly all equal in love and understanding.



Humanity should be our race. Love should be our religion.

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” – Nelson Mandela

Thank you @deeplifequotes for sharing. Namaste 🙏🏾


A LightWorker’s Creed


“To understand the power and the mystery of gratitude, you have to experience it for yourself. So why not begin by deciding to find 100 things a day to be grateful for? If you practice gratitude every day it won’t take long before gratitude is your natural state of being, and when that happens you will have unlocked one of the greatest secrets to life.”

Rhonda Byrne from The Secret Daily Teachings

Practice leaving things be. Let others be themselves—who are we to judge?—and let us concentrate on improving our own minds and our own lives instead.

Gyalwang Drukpa

To make no mistakes is not in the power of humans; but from their errors and mistakes the wise and the good learn wisdom for the future.



The Stars Can’t Shine Without Darkness

You’re a song, a wished-for song. Go through the ear to the center where sky is, where wind is, where silent knowing exists.

What do we mean when we say that the mind wanders? Simply that thought is everlastingly enticed from one attraction to another, from one association to another, and is in constant agitation. Is it possible for thought to come to an end?