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At every stage of human history, there have been a few human beings lucky enough to stumble into the Universal Truth and live it?prophets, saints, Zen masters, Sufi masters, and a few of their disciples. They all kept it secret among themselves, for the rest of the people were not yet ready to hear about it. Now it seems like there is a much wider spiritual awakening aro At every stage of human history, there have been a few human beings lucky enough to stumble into the Universal Truth and live it?prophets, saints, Zen masters, Sufi masters, and a few of their disciples. They all kept it secret among themselves, for the rest of the people were not yet ready to hear about it. Now it seems like there is a much wider spiritual awakening around the world. This is good news. However, this threatens the human ego that needs to keep individual selves separated from each other, from everything else, and from their One Source for its survival. So humanity, under the leadership of the ego, takes a more unconscious posture, evidenced by the rising fear of everything and everybody. Hence the wars, natural and manmade disasters, myriad illnesses and death to fear and protect from. All this generates shared human suffering, which serves as a catalyst to accelerate the awakening. The coming of this book is no more than another evidence of the Universal Awakening. Every poem in this book, as well as every conversation point to one thing and one thing only: the ONENESS of everybody and everything, may they already be manifested in the universe or not. The Word The universe is an expanding ball; An infinite sphere they say. Can’t tell where the center is though. Or it expands where. If this ball is infinite Does it make sense then to say That the center is right here And the ball expands nowhere? The “uni-verse” means the “one-word” Says the man himself. Could it be then the ONE CENTER Is expressing ITSELF?


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At every stage of human history, there have been a few human beings lucky enough to stumble into the Universal Truth and live it?prophets, saints, Zen masters, Sufi masters, and a few of their disciples. They all kept it secret among themselves, for the rest of the people were not yet ready to hear about it. Now it seems like there is a much wider spiritual awakening aro At every stage of human history, there have been a few human beings lucky enough to stumble into the Universal Truth and live it?prophets, saints, Zen masters, Sufi masters, and a few of their disciples. They all kept it secret among themselves, for the rest of the people were not yet ready to hear about it. Now it seems like there is a much wider spiritual awakening around the world. This is good news. However, this threatens the human ego that needs to keep individual selves separated from each other, from everything else, and from their One Source for its survival. So humanity, under the leadership of the ego, takes a more unconscious posture, evidenced by the rising fear of everything and everybody. Hence the wars, natural and manmade disasters, myriad illnesses and death to fear and protect from. All this generates shared human suffering, which serves as a catalyst to accelerate the awakening. The coming of this book is no more than another evidence of the Universal Awakening. Every poem in this book, as well as every conversation point to one thing and one thing only: the ONENESS of everybody and everything, may they already be manifested in the universe or not. The Word The universe is an expanding ball; An infinite sphere they say. Can’t tell where the center is though. Or it expands where. If this ball is infinite Does it make sense then to say That the center is right here And the ball expands nowhere? The “uni-verse” means the “one-word” Says the man himself. Could it be then the ONE CENTER Is expressing ITSELF?

38 review for Oneness: Awakening Of The Universal Truth Through Poetry

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    This is a beautiful collection of poems which the author uses to point to the universal truth of Oneness. It's very thoughtfully written, and I particularly enjoyed ' THE SURF', which is just 4 lines, but I found it both touching and thought provoking. These poems touch both the heart and mind and I really enjoyed it. This is a beautiful collection of poems which the author uses to point to the universal truth of Oneness. It's very thoughtfully written, and I particularly enjoyed ' THE SURF', which is just 4 lines, but I found it both touching and thought provoking. These poems touch both the heart and mind and I really enjoyed it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ozay Oktay

    This is a great book of spiritual poetry and conversations that will help readers in their journey of Self realization. All poems, although they look and sound different are windows to the One Truth. The book has no chapters, no beginning and no end. One can start reading from any page. A great book for the night stand. It can be helpful for the readers to observe a period of mental silence after reading each poem. The awakening to the Universal Truth can only happen in that silence.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paddy O'callaghan

    Unusually, each poem is followed by an exegesis which some purists may find off-putting but I think it adds to the book's brilliance, and brilliant it is. I'll treasure this book forever and will read and re-read it over and over. The verses it contains will bring one to realisation of one's true self. AMAZING. Unusually, each poem is followed by an exegesis which some purists may find off-putting but I think it adds to the book's brilliance, and brilliant it is. I'll treasure this book forever and will read and re-read it over and over. The verses it contains will bring one to realisation of one's true self. AMAZING.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tyneisha

    I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads program. It was an interesting book to say the least. Some of it seemed a bit redundant but I grasped the concept the author was trying to put forth. Reminded me a bit of Rumi, actually. All in all I did enjoy it and consider it a welcome edition to my library.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alla

    The philosophy underlying the poetry is new age and resembles creeds found in Buddhism. It is a peaceful read; a kind of yoga for your mind. The poetry was intriguing and refreshing. Some of the poetry deserves to be quoted by public speakers. Although I did not agree with every philosophical point made, this is a great read. I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

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