This is Unity

“We are each ‘the one’, but even if ‘the one’ who follows us is ‘the one’, is ‘the one’ supporting ‘the next one’ not as necessary? Leaves need the branches, which needs the trunk, which needs the roots, which needs the sun, the soil, and water; each is ‘the one’ within ‘the one’ supporting the other ‘one’. So it is that each person is unique and has a specific purpose and function within the greater […]
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Profound Reflection is Needed

“To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed; and suddenly we realize how uncommonly difficult the discovery of individuality in fact is.” ~ Carl Jung “The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious” (1928). In CW 7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. P. 242
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The Mosaic of the Greater Whole

“Awakening is the complete understanding of a person’s unique role within the mosaic of the greater whole, it is a total surrender to fulfill their special function in support of the One — for in unity, the One supports the One.” ~Nathan & Aline From the article “Individuation, Enmeshment, & Oneness” http://divinepollination.com/individuation-enmeshment-oneness/
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We’re Uniquely One

The following are various quotes and links to articles that we’ve written that sum up our view on Unity Consciousness, Oneness, and Uniqueness.  We feel it is important to highlight the difference between equality and uniqueness because equality is a dangerous ego trap that keeps a person repeating old, limiting patterns that create suffering, while uniqueness is the result of self-realization, wholeness, and regaining personal power. * * * * * “The One supports the […]
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Individuation, Enmeshment, & Oneness

Many spiritual adherents and teachers believe in equality and sameness as unity, unfortunately, we feel that it is a misconception of our human psychology and the awakening process; we are not meant to be the same as each other, but individual and unique in relationship to one another. The more “unique” or “individual” a person is, the less they compete or attempt fairness with others, accepting life as it is in the present moment. Carl […]
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