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  • Physicists have proven that particles that have been in contact with each other are synchronous. An action on one will also affect the other irregardless of distance. According to big bang theory, everything in the universe came from one small particle so all particles are tuned. There's no getting away from oneness.

    That's how I understand it intellectually and I am confident that it is truth based on my own experience. I myself try to live magically knowing that we are light filled magical beings.

    My friend in Olympia, Washington had a root canal yesterday morning. About half an hour into her appointment I thought of her. I knew she would be in the chair and was nervous about the procedure so I pictured myself holding her hand and then sent her a text, which I knew she wouldn't be able to get until later, but which said, "Holding your hand. Squeeze as hard as you want." Of course she felt that and reported that half an hour into her procedure her anxiety measurably decreased. We are in tune and I was there, from 1700 miles away, to support her.

    My friend also goes by the name Sparrow and a couple days ago we were texting about dancing while I was out walking. During this conversation, a juvenile sparrow dropped out of the tree in front of me and flew three circles around me at waist level. It was cute because it was a young sparrow that obviously had not flown much before. Coincidence? Or did my sparrow come to dance with me? I tend to believe in the magical because having the perception creates the reality.

    Do you have experiences that prove oneness?
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