We are all one. If you incorporate this one concept into your thinking and belief process you cannot help but serve your fellow man all the rest of your days. When I say that we are all one, I am not saying that we are all the same. We are all individuals in the sense that the three-part being that we are in the realm of this physical world is unique and distinct from all the other three-part beings that occupy this planet. We are here with the same mission, which is to experience in the physical relative world all that we know conceptually from the world of the absolute.
How we do that however, is completely up to us. We are given free reign as to how we wish to proceed and what we wish to create. We don’t all have the same agenda, just the same mission. How we accomplish our mission is as diverse as the number of three part beings there are on this planet at any given time. It is entirely your choice on what your agenda is. Always has been and always will be.
When you walk down the street and you see another person, you don’t tell yourself that you are that other mind, body and spirit. That other person has their mind, body and spirit and you have your mind, body and spirit. They are occupying their space and you are occupying your space.
What you can say to yourself as you see a person walking down the street is that the person you are seeing is another aspect of yourself. A view of yourself from a different perspective. A different snowflake. They all look the same from the macro-perspective but they are all individual and distinct from each other in the micro-perspective. Most of us view our lives from the micro-perspective, so it’s easy to fall into the paradigm that we are separate from each other. From the micro-perspective we all look as if we are separate. From the macro perspective we all look alike, we all occupy the same space and we are all doing the same thing. We are all one.
It is the concept of oneness that is going to liberate us from the shackles we are tied to by subscribing to the mentality of ‘separation and fear.’ We have experienced the concept of separation for over 2,000 years of recorded history and what we have observed is that the idea that we are all separate does not serve us. In fact, it does us such a disservice that if we continue down this path we are in jeopardy of rendering this planet uninhabitable for human life. That alone should give us the impetus to choose another experience, such as living in oneness.
By living in the mentality of oneness we experience true freedom instead of the limited and conditional freedom that we experience now. By eliminating the fear factor that is inherent to the idea of separateness we release the judgments and conditions that require us to restrict freedom for all for the benefit of a few.
The oneness mentality is based in love. We know the outcome of our lives is never in doubt. The love we experience in the oneness mentality is an unconditional love-based love. True love.
We are not the cause of our immersion in the separation mentality. We were born into it and have been conditioned to believe that this is the way it is and there is nothing we can do about it. The inherent fear that dominates the concept that we are separate reinforces the idea that we can’t do anything about it. We are separate from each other and ‘survival of the fittest ‘ is considered the law of the land.
We used to believe this but now we are awake and we say ‘poppycock.’ Because now we know how it all happens. We know we are not here to learn the lessons of life. We know that we are here to create our lives.
Create your life from the paradigm that we are all one at the highest levels of consciousness. From this perspective you will not only serve yourself but you will serve all of humanity.