Oneness, Unity, and Inclusion
Just because we are all connected from a Universal Truth doesn’t mean we always agree.
Michael Brundy joins us to show us a delicious example as to why we need diversity in our world.
Did you know that around the globe many countries have adopted a mantra that speaks to unity being the core of their strength?
When we can truly believe that the Universe has good intentions for us then we look for opportunities as opposed to looking for the faults.
Individual successes are important but for the deepest change and for the broadest change, we need more. Join Dr Tracy Brown as she helps to uncover this answer
Watch as Dr Tracy Brown shares why it is so important to understand why this Oneness does not mean Sameness.
Dr Tracy Brown helps us to understand why it is important to be true to our authentic self, and why we should let others do the same.
If you have ever come across a grove of Aspen trees you may be thinking that they are all separate trees living near one another. However, if you looked below the surface you would see that they all are one living organism.
Dr Tracy Brown gives us an example of what Oneness looks like using a bouquet of flowers.Just like the metaphor of the flowers we are all unique and special in our own way.
Dr Tracy Brown breaks down this quote by Dominque Jackson, illustrating that although we are all part of the one body of God, we can honor each other’s version of normal.
Sawubona and Sikhona, are a form of greeting in South Africa. Join Dr Tracy Brown and she helps us to understand their meaning.