We Are All One – What The ….?

My Master Key Experience 2020/21: Year 2, Week 20

I had heard the saying “We are all one” a fair bit, especially since I have been doing the MKE & reading Charles Haanel, but I found it really hard to comprehend. How are we connected? What the ……?

I have a trade background, and I have built many, many things by physically “Connecting” materials together. So, I’m coming into this understanding that we are all one with my tradesman mindset along with ………..
My first challenge was that I was relating it to religion, but I am not religious so I found that difficult.

Secondly I was overthinking the whole thing, as I sometimes do.

My 3rd challenge is that I have had (and I’m working on it) a learning adversity for many years where it takes me awhile to understand things. I have tended to drift off on other thoughts, especially when it’s new and challenging info. As I said, I’m working on it.

In regards to my learning challenge, I am not concerned with it. As I said in my last blog, “Every adversity is an opportunity in disguise”. So, I soldier on simply because I am addicted to the Truth and growing more and more everyday whilst I am on this planet. I also know and recognise my strong sense of intuition and I’m grateful for that. Our subconscious works in mysterious ways and is taking in things when we are not consciously aware of it, so it’s all good.

So after much study and listening to Charles Haanel’s readings over and over and over, (this coupled with the rest of the MKE study), the way that I understand this whole “We are One Thing” is that 1. The Universal Mind is simply the Truth and when we communicate properly with each other and cut through the B.S. 2. We are connected by The Truth.

How I view it is simple but it works for me so that’s all that matters. I love everyone, because they ALL have the Truth within them.

Onwards and Upwards Great People

7 Comments on “We Are All One – What The ….?

  1. Darren! Brilliant self observation, law of substitution, and persistance (rather than throw out a concept that wasn’t settling well with you, you continued to work on it!) As you say – Its all good! Blessings!

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