Pour Me a Loving Glass of H2O Oneness

Many metaphysical or holistic teachings say we are all one—in spirit. Some go so far as to say that when you look into another’s eyes you are looking at yourself. It is hard to fathom.

I attended a workshop with Dr. Brian Weiss last year. (Yes, he is awesome!)

Brian gave a great analogy for how we are all one—here it is summarized: Visualize a bowl of water.

Two different trays of ice are dumped into one bowl of water. One group of ice thinks they are better than the other tray.

They fight about it, even turning to war.

Ice as they melt into one. (Yes, I could not resist adding the googly eyes!)

Eventually, all the ice cubes melt into the water and thus become one with the water.

There is no separation.

They can turn into steam or water vapor, but still they are all H2O molecules.

Later, they are all reborn in new trays of ice.

Basic Lesson: All souls are inherently connected … We are all one.

We are one. The water/ice/steam/vapor are our souls.

Let’s take it one step further—from a bowl of ice to the ocean.

We are like one drop in the ocean, while separate; we are still together as one. We become part of the whole ocean—as one.

We are love made from Unconditional Love that is God here on Earth to live as love.

We just have to grasp the concept of oneness to connect with our soul, only then we can live from love.

It is told to us over and over again: Love one another as you love yourself. Treat others, as you would like to be treated. For each action, there is an opposite reaction. Karma. The Golden Rule. etc. etc. There are many ways to say the same thing … and we hear these sayings throughout our lives.

Truly though, it is loving ourselves when we love another in an equal way … as one.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. aregularcupofjo
    May 28, 2013 @ 22:25:38

    I loved the metaphor you used in the beginning of this post. I will have to remember that. I touched on that in my blog, that we are all people and have a sense of connection no matter how different we are. Thanks for sharing and keep up the awesome work 🙂

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  2. soulmagnitude
    May 29, 2013 @ 05:31:12

    Thank you for a delightful posting. Ah, Dr. Brian Weiss was my first “book contact” with past lives. A wonderful quality start indeed!

    Reply

  3. rahul kanyal
    May 29, 2013 @ 10:15:44

    Great post Karen, I loved it.

    Reply

  4. Lights of Clarity
    Jun 02, 2013 @ 00:39:44

    What a great analogy! Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply

  5. magicianhealer
    Jun 17, 2013 @ 19:53:04

    I was just thinking about this today, and wanting to write about it myself. I think it is hard for the average person to grasp. The water analogy was good!

    Reply

  6. Cynthia & Bob
    Jun 17, 2013 @ 21:48:54

    Hi Karen. Thanks for the reminder we are all love.
    Love, Bob.

    Reply

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