One universe

Source Consciousness and the Oneness Principle


Transcript of OnionUnlimited podcast episode 032


So, I’ve been thinking about Source Consciousness again—this underlying conscious “being-ness” that exists on a spiritual, non-temporal, eternal plane. It’s like all thoughts exist at once—every thought that ever has been or that ever will be on a temporal level exists there in one, timeless, singularity. These thoughts are also experienced by Source temporally, sequentially, through the millions, billions, of people that have ever lived, that are alive now, and that will ever live—limitless thoughts and ideas, frequencies going out into indefinite time and space.

Then I got to thinking, why, if all humans are fragmented instances of this same Source Consciousness, why do we have this sense of “us and them”? Why do we, for example, hurt each other, or argue that we are right and others are wrong? Why do we worry about ourselves, sometimes to the exclusion of certain others? It’s almost like there is some kind of spiritual feedback loop where we don’t realize that we are all One—we become locked into our immediate temporal thoughts like we have some kind of amnesia, not knowing our true self is higher than this temporal existence— than our personal egos—and then our thoughts just obsess about self. We worry so much about our own self-preservation, our reputation,  our feelings, being right, instead of realizing that other people, outside of us, are us—that we all are instances of Source Consciousness, existing, experiencing itself, through us.

If I were you, or you were me, I don’t think we wouldn’t feel any different—we’d still feel like us. Our experiences, our personal experiences, might make us feel more or less confident, maybe have more or less self-esteem, or view things from a totally different perspective, but fundamentally, at our core, we would still feel we were the same person, only in a different body experiencing a different life, and when we return to Source—when our experiences return to Source—we will find ourselves the same person that we always were, but more than that, as everyone who exists, or whoever has existed, or ever will exist.

At that point, we would realise that there’s no need to be selfish or to worry about our self-preservation. If we were just to love each other and care for other people—and let them love and care for us in return—that would be such a better way, and it seems to be the way that the spiritual Masters—Jesus, Buddha, and others—have taught from time indefinite.

We are One. The “I Am”. There is only One, one Whole, and that is me, and you, and everyone.

I hope that gives you something to ponder today. Let me know what you think in the comments. Bye for now!