The Oneness Blessing is a form of divine energy that facilitates growth and awakening. Some people experience the energy as calming, soothing and deepening, others as white golden light, others as a tingling sensation the head. Some people feel nothing initially, but see positive effects in the days after.
This blessed energy meets you where you are and takes you where you need to go on you own personal spiritual path.
Here are some of transformative changes that people have attributed to the energy.
Deepened meditation Enhanced yoga practice Quieting the mind Opening the heart Awakening kundalini Higher states of consciousness Healing relationships Dissolution of emotional change Releasing deep trauma Recovery from emotional and physical conditions Greater connection to the Divine Coming under the protection and provision of Grace
What happens at a Oneness Blessing group?
After a briefing sharing and a chanted prayer to invite in Divine grace, the meditation begins (or you can just sit quietly). During the meditation, the blessing is given by lightly placing the hands on your crownfor a minute or so. Each person receives the energy from 3 – 10 blessing givers. The meditation lasts for 1 – 1 ½ hours, with no formal end - people come and go as they like.
How many people come to the Oneness Blessing & Mediation?
The Thursday group at Casa is attended by 15 – 30 people and have been happening for years. The regular group at Unity is a little smaller.
We list our events in Natural Awakenings and through an email list, and we added Meetup just as an extra to reach out to those who might be interested. So, most people who come know about our groups from other sources and Meetup RSVPs are NOT an indicator of how many people plan to come.
Who can give the Oneness Blessing?
Oneness Blessing givers act as empty vessels for divine grace. To do so requires some orientation and understanding , on the one hand, and an energetic attunement on the other. The Oneness Awakening weekends or short courses that you may see from time to time on the calendar often include the necessary orientation and attunement to be able to give blessings.