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Universal Mind

on August 26, 2010

Today I would like to talk about Universal Mind, or the Oneness concept.  The Universal Laws we just finished sharing referred to this and I would like to expound on this.  Give this concept a more concrete form.  Transitions are all about change, and Universal Mind is all about the One. 

My favorite quote concerning this concept is from Ernest Holmes, “There is but One Mind, the Mind of God, and that Mind is My Mind, Now”.  I did a little research on this topic to see what others think about it and found this article titled “The Universal Mind Principal” which I would love for you to read.  Click on the quote and take a few minutes to read this.  Rev. Lorne McLean, PhD has hit the nail on the head, for which I am deeply grateful.  This article explains the Universal Mind better than I could, although I still share my perspective. 

If you have been reading my blog you will know that this is a favorite topic and it is a favorite because it is fundamental to all understanding and all journeys.  When you open your heart to the truth and allow it to guide you, your path Home is assured.  Not that you will not eventually get Home, we all do in our own good time.  You could be having a great time on your journey like a child at Disney World who would rather stay a while.  That is perfectly fine, enjoy yourself, life is Good, life is GOD.

May you be Blessed on your Journey of Love and may you Bless all that you encounter!

🙂 Sequoia Elisabeth

Unity in Gender Diversity

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