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Living Unity Consciousness Introduction

​There is something about human behavior that had not been fully understood, which is required for real change. Even with years, decades, and centuries of attempting to change selfish, abusive, harmful, and destructive behavior, this has not been addressed.
Now we can use this understanding to further awaken, grow, and change!

Discover in this video…
What is the Living Unity Consciousness idea and movement?
Why was it started?
How it got started?
What is the intended purpose for you individually, socially, and globally?


We invite you to join us with this intention of Oneness and Unity,

see more details about the Movement and this website on the Main Page.

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John Halderman
 

I've been studying about life, how it works and what we can do with it for over 30 years. This has included many religions, philosophies, spirituality, psychology and sciences along with my own personal discovery and growth. Through all this I have come to feel we are all of one source. We have many varied descriptions of this source and our role within it, with a thread of commonality running through them all connecting our oneness. I feel that our putting more attention to this oneness is what will bring us together as one operating force of love and understanding. It is my purpose to help oneness and unity to become our functional reality. John Halderman

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Nancy - December 3, 2019

So what do you think about “our” purpose…do “we” have one?

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    John Halderman - December 3, 2019

    Not sure if anyone can have an absolute answer to that question, certainly not me. Since beliefs are claims about a perception we are operating with which can be anything, we can easily trap ourselves behind such declarations of “truth”. I can only propose a working theory based on my observation, study, and experience, which has led me to thinking that We are individually and collectively all expressions of One Something, call it The Universe, God, Spirit, Source, or whatever term we have chosen to align with.
    Do we each have an individual unique purpose, perhaps? I tend to think so, yet what we think is our purpose may not actually be, as we can easily get tangled in our current perceptions of reality as the basis from which to identify it.
    For the purposes of looking at our human behavior, it matters not what label we use for what we are part of nor even our ultimate purpose, it matters what we do and how we treat each other and the planet. The degree to which our own behavior can lead to suffering is something we can alter. How we treat others and the planet seems to be linked to how connected or not connected to each other, and to everything, we perceive that we are as an individual.
    The intent of Living Unity Consciousness is to help us to re-realize that We are all innately connected, before any and all specific ideas about life an our existence. It has been the various specific ideas and perceptions we have acquired in our attempts to define life, which get declared as beliefs, that tend to become our divisive behaviors. How an individual treats other people and the planet appears to have nothing to do with any specific beliefs about what life is, commonly defined with religion, science, or philosophy. No matter what idea or concept is believed in, people still function based on the perceptions they are operating through as their reality, with the most foundational perception being, how connected or separate they think they are will other people… or with everything.
    I have come to feel that operating with “working theories” about how life works, rather than “beliefs”, allows us to remain more open-minded and able to freely entertain new ideas. Whereas, the more specifically defined we get through declared beliefs and truths, the more defensive we become of these claims, as they become parts of our perception of self-identity, which is then protected by the mind through validation, justification, denial, and defense, of any questioning or challenge… even if done ourselves!

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