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Day 1 – The Rhythm of Oneness

Aug 25, 2011

I am beginning a Journey to Oneness.
There seems to be a movement… and I am  going to participate.
I will quote their information and then I will also share my own experiences as I go.
I sure hope this goes better than my 30 Days to Healthy Living… *sigh*

Now, as a pagan, I will be substituting my beliefs in. God is god is goddess.
If you are reading this, you may not agree, but I think, by now, if you are here and ready to find the one-ness, you will be able to get past the God word and substitute the word / image / feeling / belief of your choice.

Universe is a good one. I like using universe a lot.

I needed this rhythm today. Something feels off. Between the Earthquake earlier this week and the possible hurricane (Irene) to hit the coasts, there are a lot of energies. The new moon is coming (Kali!!) and Mercury is about to go direct after being retrograde for a while.

Changes. The retrograde was a slow down and now I think things are getting ready to speed back up.. so this rhythm, this 40 days of oneness is going to be imperitive to my sanity as I know the changes are just around the corner in so many ways..

Join me?
We can do this together!!


The Rhythm of Oneness

“Happiness is not a matter of intensity, but of balance and order and rhythm and harmony.”

Thomas Merton

“Smile, breathe, and go slowly.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

“Even in the middle of a hurricane, the bottom of the sea is calm. As the storm rages and the winds howl, the deep waters sway in gentle rhythm, a light movement of fish and plant life. Below there is no storm.”

Wayne Muller



Returning to your natural rhythm and moving with the pace of the universal heartbeat restores you to Oneness. Slowing down connects you with the rhythm of Life, with your essential self, and with other people. Holding yourself in this way brings you into the very heart of Oneness.

There’s a close connection between the rhythm of Oneness and the rhythm of your footsteps, your breathing, and your mind. Today, practice finding a pace that connects you with your breath, heart, and mind . . . truly connecting with your natural rhythm and flow. Notice when you feel your movements becoming forced and harried. Within that gentle awareness, take a moment to pause and return to your center. Breathe and rest for a moment in the stillness. Repeat the word ahimsa (meaning nonviolent actions) as a mantra throughout your day as you continue to return again and again to the rhythm of Oneness.

Imagine this practice as a moving meditation, like tai chi, or as a flowing dance, such as ballet. Allow one action to create and flow effortlessly into the next. Every breath, step, and thought is connected. As you engage in this practice, the frenetic pace of your thoughts will become slower and calm down; and your breathing will become fuller and more relaxed. You’ll experience the beauty, vitality, and energy of life. You’ll feel connected to your own deep personal integrity and to the integrity of life that surrounds you. In this place, you’re moving within ahimsa—expressing compassion to yourself and others—and you’re in union with all things. Paradoxically, when you slow your pace to your natural rhythm, your movements become more graceful, powerful, and focused—thus, more is accomplished, created, and received with less effort and energy.

For today, experiment with pace, rhythm, and movement. Discover the Rhythm of Oneness for yourself and share it with others.


I AM moving with the rhythm of my heart, in harmony with the purpose of my Soul, vibrating with all of creation.

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