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The Doctrine of Oneness: Embracing the Divine Essence in All

"In order to understand the doctrine of Oneness, one must grasp the idea that every sentient being in the Universe is a manifest incarnation of God.'' Michael Corthell This essay looks into the core of the Oneness doctrine, exploring its consequences and underscoring the profound impact it has on our understanding of self, others, and the universe. At the heart of this doctrine is the acknowledgment that every sentient being in the cosmos embodies a divine essence. This concept invites us to view ourselves and others as bearers of divinity, transcending superficial differences and embracing the intrinsic spiritual nature that unites us all. Understanding this profound interconnectedness allows us to cultivate a sense of reverence and respect for all life forms. Recognizing the Inherent Divinity in All Beings: Central to the doctrine of Oneness is the recognition that every sentient being in the Cosmos carries within them the divine essence. This concept invites us to view

What is Divine Oneness?

The One has two sides. Yin and yang is a Chinese philosophical concept that describes how obviously opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another .  by Michael Corthell The Law of Divine Oneness is the first universal law. All others stem from it.    This law postulates that we are all connected throughout all creation. Every bit of matter is connected in some way, shape, or form to the rest of the universe. There is no separation, all is in one and one is in all. That means that everything we do has an influencing effect and affects all—not just us personally. We must remember that our actions both matter and make a difference to all and The All. This law is the basis for humankind's embrace of The Golden Rule It is the principle of treating others as one wants to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in most religions and cultures.

Oneness Revealed: The Interplay of Self, God, and Reality in the Universal Mind

''God, the Universe, and our very essence are inseparable. We are not just observers of the universe; we are participants, co-creators, and expressions of the divine.'' Michael Corthell   In the vast expanse of cosmic contemplation, where the boundaries between self and universe dissolve, we find ourselves tracing the threads of wisdom woven by the likes of Neville Goddard , Alan Watts , and other luminaries . Through their insights, we embark on a journey to unravel the profound interplay between our existence and the cosmos, as we explore the notion that before we were born, we were the universe itself. Before our earthly sojourn, before our first breath in this dimension of form, we were the universe in its raw, unmanifested potential. This primordial truth is a concept that echoes across spiritual traditions, embracing the whispers of Emerson's 'over-soul.' It resonates with the idea that our individuality arises from the same wellspring of cosmic consc

Harmony in Oneness: Exploring Spiritual Unity Across Religions

  "Embracing Oneness invites a profound sense of unity with existence. From Advaita Vedanta to Christian mysticism and Unity Church, diverse traditions converge on the belief in a shared spiritual essence." Michael Corthell Oneness is a fundamental spiritual concept that transcends cultural and religious boundaries. It encapsulates the belief in a unifying, interconnected essence that underlies all of existence. This article delves into the concept of Oneness and examines its significance in three distinct religious traditions, including the Unity Church. Defining Oneness At its core, Oneness posits the existence of a singular, all-encompassing spiritual reality from which everything emanates. It implies an inherent unity between all beings, emphasizing a shared source of existence that transcends individual identities. Hinduism: Advaita Vedanta Advaita Vedanta, a prominent school of Hindu philosophy, espouses the concept of Oneness in its purest form. It teaches that there

ESSAY: Consciousness is the Only Reality, Therefore All Consciousness is God

  '' Quantum theory, a branch of physics that deals with the behavior of matter at the atomic and subatomic level, provides some intriguing evidence to support the view that consciousness and God are one and the same.'' Michael Corthell Consciousness is the awareness of one's own existence and the ability to experience the world. It is what allows you to know that you are a sentient being with thoughts, feelings, and experiences. God is the supreme being or creator of the universe. God is often described as being all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-present. Some people believe that consciousness and God are one and the same. This view is supported by the fact that consciousness is the only thing that we know for sure exists. Everything else, including the physical world, could be an illusion. Quantum theory, a branch of physics that deals with the behavior of matter at the atomic and subatomic levels, provides some intriguing evidence to support the view that consci