Spiritual Living isn’t just spiritual thinking. We’ve got to go beyond the understanding of the first 3 Pillars of Oneness and practically engage them committing to live them out in our daily lives. These Spiritual Practices are a tangible way to see where we’re taking what we understand from Oneness and living into it.
While some religions and spiritual schools of thought prescribe specific unchanging and dogmatic spiritual practices, Oneness embraces the idea that everyone has the ability to find or even create their own “way” to promote and use Spiritual Practices in their lives. Certain techniques have been around for thousands of years. Some techniques have emerged in recent years through study and exploration. An infinite number of techniques are yet to be discovered or created. All of them hold value to those who derive value from them. In other words, we should use what works for us. The same goes for Oneness itself.
The natural diversity of humanity, and the countless ways It’s expressed spirituality, shows us that just because lots of people are using specific practices doesn’t mean they’re going to work for everyone. This is why Oneness, in most cases, relies more on areas of focus rather than specific techniques themselves.
These Spiritual Practices outline the areas that need our care if we plan to lead a life of Oneness and invite every practitioner to explore the infinite number of potential techniques available. We’re free to choose from ones that humanity has been engaged in since the beginning of spirituality or innovate new ones that suit our own lifestyle and ever-changing world.
While some of these practices are distinct to Oneness, every one of them is derived from existing spiritual wisdom and invite us to care for vital areas of our Human Life. They’re the framework that nurtures and supports our own creative spiritual exploration and unifies us with others who’ve consciously embraced Oneness as their spirituality or religion of choice.