Dave Kenyon

Dave Kenyon

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Inner-Space, Our Final Frontier as Human Seekers-Part 6

"There is no life without consciousness; there is no consciousness without life."~Annie Besant

As we continue our exploration into our relationship with our inner guidance system it's important to address our individual relationship with oneness; all that is.

As in any relationship two aspects are vital in one's search for greater happiness; understanding the nature of that which you are in relationship with and having as your goal willingness to align with that same nature.

Set your imagination free to speculate on just what your experience of the world will be when you align with the nature of oneness as you watch the following video, "One Moment'.

"When we tug on a single thing in nature we find it attached to everything else." ~ John Muir

When you viewed the video what insight's did you become aware of?
If everything is interconnected; what changes in your mind-set might that make?

What aspects of nature do you find yourself most attracted to?

"We are not a species separate from life but part of life’s organic wholeness and the light of our consciousness belongs to life—life needs it for its survival and transformation. When we give our light to the light of the world we make a connection of light to light that helps the world in its process of dynamic change. And each of us has a unique part to play, a contribution that only our individual light can make. This is part of the secret of oneness and the dynamics of its unfolding. Everything interrelates and communicates according to its true nature as part of the living web of life."
~Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, PhD
American astrophysicist,  Neil Degrasse Tyson, weighs in with his thoughts in this video.

"People normally cut reality into compartments, and so are unable to see the interdependence of all phenomena. To see one in all and all in one is to break through the great barrier which narrows one's perception of reality." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
 In order to explore the nature of oneness we need to open our perceptions beyond our usual and customary patterning; beyond our fear-based dualistic patterns of thought.

Here are some questions to pose to yourself that may guide your thinking as you further explore the nature of oneness:

  • In what ways does my habitual thinking block my experience of all that is?
  • How do my fears effect my perception?
  • Am I willing to open my conscious mind to explore all that is? 
"Your mind is like a parachute. It only works if it is open."
~Anthony J. D΄Angelo

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