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All differences in this world are of degree, and not of kind, because oneness is the secret of everything.
— Swami Vivekananda

Unitive Living

Unitive principles can be applied to every aspect of life—this is what we call Unitive Living. Using the Unitive principles described in the 14 Arcs to Unitive Justice, anyone, anywhere can become grounded in connection, without separation, where kindness and love flow freely. When we engage in Unitive Living, we recognize our shared humanity, and we are ONE. No matter where you are on your life's journey—whether you want some tips on how to bring more compassion into your life or you are looking for a deeper understanding of Oneness—Unitive Living is accessible to you.


Duality to Unity

For Unitive Living, we begin with the Arc that expresses a shift in Worldview--a shift from Duality to Unity. The foundation upon which Unitive Living is built is on the concept of oneness--not just with all of humanity, but our oneness with the Source of all things, whatever name we may use for that, and with all that is. To some, this may sound "woo woo" or far out, but this same concept is found in all major religions.

  • [The] Christian Bible states, "...for us there is One God, the Father from whom are all things and for who we exist..." (I Cor. 8:6)

  • The Torah of Judaism states, "Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One." (Deuteronomy 6:4)

  • In Islam, from the Quran, "Say, He is God, the One! God the eternally besought of all!"

  • From the Buddha, "He who experiences the unity of life sees his own self in all beings."

  • From Baha'u'llah of the Baha'i faith, "You are all leaves of one tree and the fruits of one branch."

  • From Chuang Tzu, co-founder of Taoism, "He perceives the oneness of everything, does not know about duality in it."

  • From the many quotes available on oneness found in Hinduism, Ramakrishna states, "Nothing exists except the One."

  • From Nicholas of Cusa, cardinal of the Catholic Church, "He is God the Father whom we might also call 'One' or 'Unity.'"

  • And Ghandi says it in a most concise way, "I believe in the absolute oneness of God and, therefore, also of humanity."


Excerpt from One + One Is One by Howard Caesar (bullets added for simplification)


Listen to Sylvia Clute and others who are helping to bring Oneness to our world.

This virtual summit happens November 11-17.

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You will learn how to:

  • Develop a daily practice of kindness and presence.

  • Lovingly let go of what is no longer serving you and find closure;

  • Resolve conflict and gain understanding to heal your relationships;

  • Raise your energy levels with food and become one with nature;

  • Embrace wellness practices to help you align your mind, body and spirit;

  • Leave your comfort zone and become empowered to think bigger;

  • Grow your personal spiritual practice and the love in your heart;

  • Incorporate Oneness in your business practices and in your everyday work;

  • Infuse love into everyday life and feel better;

  • Recognize your connection to everything that is; and

  • Help guide the collective toward the path of Oneness.

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