What Enlightenment (Oneness) Feels Like

Purple Flower on a Prickly Plant

What does Oneness feel like?

Take your finger and touch the table in front of you.

Close your eyes.

Notice how the part of the table where your finger is touching feels like it is a part of you?

Imagine if all your senses felt that way… whatever they “touched” felt like it was a part of you.

In Oneness, everything in your consciousness—what you see, feel, hear, taste, and touch—feels like “you.”

Everything your eyes fall upon, feels like you.

It’s not a theory. It’s not something to be figured out. It’s not something at all.

It’s… just this.

At the Radiant level, you feel very thin, very tiny, very insignificant; and She—as everything else—feels vast and endless and boundless.

At the Oneness level, you and She merge.

Not you AND Her… only You.

Everything feels like You.

Everything is You.

You have known this all your life.

You just couldn’t feel it because “you” have been so… noisy.

Close your eyes and touch the table.

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3 thoughts on “What Enlightenment (Oneness) Feels Like

  1. I know, I know this is a dumb question and shouldt be asked and is an indication of ego/mind, but as you all know going to ask anyway.

    How?

  2. Another creative way to “feel the table” is to do a contour drawing. A truly Zen experience.
    All you need is paper and pencil. Begin observing the shape, texture, color and smell of “the table.” Choose a starting point on your paper. Without looking at your paper, begin tracing the edges without lifting your pencil. Feel “the table” as your hand moves across the page. Continue observing and drawing until you feel a sense of completion. Oneness can take on many forms. I hope this helps.

  3. “At the Radiant level, you feel very thin, very tiny, very insignificant; and She—as everything else—feels vast and endless and boundless.”

    That is precisely how it feels like. That plus a deep longing to merge with the endless and the boundless.

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