Progressive Oneness

Taken from Coolhealingzenblog.com

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

I think everyone around us is a reflection of our consciousness, and in order to experience lasting harmony with the people in our lives, we’ll want to recognize that they’re us in a different form. When we can see that there are no real differences between us (beyond the illusory ones we create), it should be easier to come together and heal the earth.

In order to create outer change, we’ll have to embrace changing within; aligning with the divine and using the inspiration that results to express unbridled love to everyone around us.

When we get upset with someone for something they do or say, we fail to recognize that they are us. We could just as easily say or do something that unintentionally hurts someone else, and it helps to remember that we’re all human and we’re all doing our best on this crazy rollercoaster ride we call life.

We make life harder on ourselves and the people around us when we fight over things that aren’t as important as we convince ourselves they are, and our individual disharmony manifests on the world stage in the form of tension and wars between religions and nations.

I think we’ll need to transcend the division and hatred that are so common in our society if we want to create something new, but before this can happen, we’ll have to transcend the personal demons that’ve kept us from being harmonious or even civil with people we think are different.

We’re only as divided as we let ourselves be, and unity’s achievable without conformity; without one party giving up their cherished ideals or philosophies. We’re meant to have differences in opinion and belief. It’s what makes us unique, but the problem is that we’re convinced we should fight over our differences when, in reality, they’re meant to bring us together.

It might sound contradictory, but respecting our differences is the most potent way to unite and maintain a vibration of collective peace and readiness to cease our petty fighting.

A lot of people don’t seem to love themselves enough to love the people around them, which is unfortunate. Loving ourselves is necessary to reach in our hearts and find love for others, and changing the world will probably be difficult until everyone can love themselves and, eventually, the rest of the world.

Until the rest of the world can love and respect themselves as unique fragments of Source’s consciousness, we’ll have a lot of trouble coming together in respect for our differences, which we’ve convinced ourselves we should fight over.

The world will continue to be in a state of disharmony until we can recognize our oneness, and when we can realize how important it is to go beyond advocating unity and actually become an example of it, we’ll show the rest of the world that it’s actually possible.

Love and unity will enable us to create heaven on earth, and in my opinion, becoming aware of our oneness is the first step to dissolving borders and bringing the world together.

The powers who profit from our division don’t want us to come together or strive to create a new world, and instead of rebelling or fighting them, we can raise awareness from a loving, unified standpoint and bring humanity together, thus inspiring everyone to want to see through division and hatred.

We’re all teaching each other, and in my opinion, realizing this is another important part of coming together. Since we’re one consciousness that’s individualized into different personalities, it stands to reason that we constantly help each other learn and grow, even when we don’t realize it.

People who’ve never met or have nothing in common are unknowingly teaching each other, and even when we run into a random person on the street, chances are good that the encounter will teach us something we needed to know.

When we’re aware that we’re constantly learning, it becomes easier to notice when someone in our lives (or someone random we’ve never met) is teaching us a lesson – even if it’s a difficult lesson. They might not even realize it, but our willingness to step outside of the matrix will help us see that any drama we experience is actually meant to teach us.

I’m excited to see how many people start coming together as the weeks and months roll on, and even though some people think unity and utopia are naïve, I think they’re as inevitable as the conscious revolution that’s preceding them. We’re making a bigger impact on the world than we realize, and we’re using unity and oneness to do it.

Let’s continue to be strong, work hard, and recognize that we’re only divided from the rest of the world if we let ourselves be. In doing this, we can influence everyone else to embrace unity, harmony and the idea that a positive future is possible.

It is, but nothing can be achieved without some work. In this case, the hardest part of our goal will be to love ourselves and refuse to fight with others, and this’ll be easier when we recognize that any difference between us has been an illusion all along.

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I’m a twenty-one year old writer, musician and blogger, and I created The Culture of Awareness daily news site.

The Culture of Awareness features daily spiritual and alternative news, articles I’ve written, and more. Its purpose is to awaken and uplift by providing material about the fall of the planetary elite and a new paradigm of unity and spirituality.

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