The following suggestions and resources have been very helpful on my own spiritual path toward Oneness. There is no intention of making money or promoting specific organizations, activities, or services in these Resources or on this website. Any information shared is meant to be supportive as you move forward with your own spiritual journey.
Ways to Practice Oneness In Everyday Life
- Begin and end each day with gratitude.
- Journal insights and experiences with an eye for the Oneness behind everything.
- Honor your own divine connection to your Creator.
- Honor the ways others connect to their own sense of the Divine.
- Recognize the blessings and unexpected gifts that come to help you meet your needs.
- See and allow yourself to feel the beauty and expansiveness of our world.
- Send loving energy to others through prayer, direct communication, and positive thoughts.
- After asking your higher power for help, turn it over and release the matter for perfect manifestation.
- Be playful, creative, and laugh whenever you can.
- Find ways to discover the Love behind things that we do not think have happened the “right” way.
- Forgive yourself and others, and remind yourself that we are all One.
- Do not allow belief systems and emotions to create a polarizing divide with others.
- Be kind and loving to people, animals, our planet, and all living things.
- Remember to thank others for kindness, gifts, and understanding support.
Ways to Share Your Gifts
Whatever your gender, age, race, or economic situation, there are ways to share your unique gifts and your loving energy. Following are some suggestions to consider:
- Treat others with respect, kindness, and a loving manner knowing we have no idea the challenges they face.
- Be patient, loving and loyal to siblings, parents, children, friends, and neighbors.
- Surrender yourself as a vehicle for Divine love and creativity.
- Share gifts and talents that you have with others.
- Send loving energy and prayers to those who are sick, suffering, dying, and grieving.
- Focus conversations on commonalities you share, even when you strongly disagree about some things.
- Allow others their own life path recognizing we do not know what is truly best for anyone else.
- Remember to tell others that you love them and will not allow differing belief systems to come between you.
- Volunteer with or donate to ethical organizations that work to make life better for people, animals, and the earth.
Calming Ways to Take Care of Yourself
- Practice regular meditation in a form that works well for you.
- Offer prayers of thanksgiving for spiritual support and guidance received for yourself and others.
- Use essential oils, incense, bubble bath, or other things that are relaxing and clarifying.
- Exercise in a way that feels good to you such as walking, running, yoga, or dancing.
- Listen to music and sounds that relieve stress including nature sounds, binaural beats, or singing bowls.
- Release anxiety by recognizing the causes and taking steps to heal and release them.
- During times of depression or situational stress, consider counseling or self-help techniques.
- Seek support from friends and others, such as prayer circles, during difficult times.
- Avoid allowing others to establish authoritarian dominance over you with principles or rules that cannot be questioned.
- If something makes you feel fearful, find a safer and more loving way to be in the situation.
- Utilize appropriate professional care to take care of medical issues that may threaten your wellness.
Helpful and Inspirational Reading Material
- Books considered to be sacred texts such as the Bible (Christianity), Talmud (Judaism), Tao Te Ching (Taoism), Quran (Islam), Adi Granth (Sikh), Tipitaka (Buddhism), and The Vedas and The Upanishads (Hinduism)
- The Prophet (Kahlil Gibran)
- The Shack (William P. Young)
- Autobiography of a Yogi (Paramahansa Yogananda)
- A New Earth (Eckhart Tolle)
- The Power of Now (Eckhart Tolle)
- Journey of Souls (Michael Newton)
- The Seat of the Soul (Gary Zukav)
- Siddhartha (Hermann Hesse)
- The Book of Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Practice of Forgiveness and Healing ( Jean Graciet, Luc Bodin, and Natalie Bodin)