The Proof: A 40-Day Program for Embodying Oneness

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The saints and mystics are unanimous in their belief that we are not the separate beings we believe ourselves to be, but that we are in reality—One. Best-selling author, filmmaker, and musician James Twyman tested this in a dramatic experiment that has inspired hundreds of thousands of people, proving that our thoughts can be shared and that we are not as isolated as we once thought. There is a bond that exists between us, an unseen link that unites and satisfies us in ways that nothing else can. In the end, what...

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Overview

The saints and mystics are unanimous in their belief that we are not the separate beings we believe ourselves to be, but that we are in reality—One. Best-selling author, filmmaker, and musician James Twyman tested this in a dramatic experiment that has inspired hundreds of thousands of people, proving that our thoughts can be shared and that we are not as isolated as we once thought. There is a bond that exists between us, an unseen link that unites and satisfies us in ways that nothing else can. In the end, what we are seeking is not the riches of the world, but the richness of our souls; and this can only come from realizing that we are connected and whole. Simply put: We are One.

Join James and spiritual teacher Anakha Coman as they break down the process of discovering Oneness into 40 practices that can profoundly change your life and how you see the world. Through step-by-step instructions, you’ll be able to tap into your own hidden power to achieve the miracles you only dreamed of before. This is more than an instruction manual—it’s a doorway into a new world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401926403
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/15/2009
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 1,457,456
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

James F. Twyman is the best-selling author of ten books, including The Moses Code, Emissary of Light, and The Art of Spiritual Peacemaking. He’s also an internationally renowned “Peace Troubadour” who has the reputation for drawing millions of people together in prayer to positively influence crises throughout the world. He has been invited by leaders of countries such as Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia to perform The Peace Concert—often while conflicts raged in those areas; and he has performed at the United Nations, the Pentagon, and more. James is the executive producer and co-writer of the feature film Indigo, and the director of Indigo Evolution and the documentary The Moses Code. He is also a member of the Order of St. Francis and the co-director of the World Community of Saint Francis.

Anakha Coman is a sacred-heart mystic walking and teaching the path of embodied love and reclaiming the sacred feminine. She is an ordained New Thought minister and founder of The FireHeart Sanctuary, a beloved community of sacred activists devoted to resurrecting the essential teachings of Yeshua and Magdalene and living the Christ consciousness. Anakha is an inspired speaker who shares her intimate experience of the mystic’s path with churches, spiritual centers, and organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest and abroad.

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Table of Contents

Preface ix

A Beginning xiii

Part I The 40-Day Oneness Program 1

The First 20 Practices: A Place to Begin 5

Practice 1 The Rhythm of Oneness 7

Practice 2 The Breath of Oneness 11

Practice 3 The Sound of Oneness 15

Practice 4 The Gaze of Oneness 20

Practice 5 The Heart of Oneness 24

Practice 6 The Body of Oneness 29

Practice 7 The Restoration of Oneness 33

Practice 8 The Source of Oneness 37

Practice 9 The Belonging of Oneness 41

Practice 10 The Soul of Oneness 45

Practice 11 The Embrace of Oneness 49

Practice 12 The Temple of Oneness 54

Practice 13 The Elixir of Oneness 58

Practice 14 The Sensation of Oneness 63

Practice 15 The Touch of Oneness 68

Practice 16 The Seeds of Oneness 72

Practice 17 The Blossoming of Oneness 77

Practice 18 The Creativity of Oneness 81

Practice 19 The Spontaneity of Oneness 86

Practice 20 The Desire of Oneness 91

Dialogue on Practices 21-30 97

Practice 21 The Shadow of Oneness 99

Practice 22 The Fear of Oneness 104

Practice 23 The Heartbreak of Oneness 109

Practice 24 The Grievance of Oneness 113

Practice 25 The Crucible of Oneness 118

Practice 26 The Fire of Oneness 123

Practice 27 The Reconciliation of Oneness 128

Practice 28 The Forgiveness of Oneness 133

Practice 29 The Humility of Oneness 138

Practice 30 The Endurance of Oneness 142

Introduction to Practices 31-40 147

Practice 31 The Communion of Oneness 149

Practice 32 The Community of Oneness 153

Practice 33 The Discipleship of Oneness 158

Practice 34 The Vision of Oneness 162

Practice 35 The Ministry of Oneness 167

Practice 36 The Kingdom of Oneness 171

Practice 37 The Intimacy of Oneness 175

Practice 38 The Prayer of Oneness 181

Practice 39 The Journey of Oneness 185

Practice 40 The Mystery of Oneness 190

Part II Achieving the Impossible 197

Lesson 1 The Sense of Touch 201

Lesson 2 The Language Beneath All Language 211

Lesson 3 The Final Step 217

Afterword 221

About the Authors 225

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

    All is One

    I purchased this book to accompany the Hay House 40-day Program to Embodying Oneness course, which includes weekly teleconference calls during the 40-day time period. I have to say this program/book is a wonderful presentation of becoming one with ourselves, and allowing ourselves to move through and embrace the shadows aspects within us...with love and compassion. James Twyman and Anakha Coman present a dialogue for each day's focus, followed by a daily exercise, and include beautiful affirmations. At times, for me it seemed too much too fast in terms of grasping all the concepts and incorporating them into my life. However, I was seeking perfection rather than realizing all I needed to do was process what resonated with me at that moment and move forward. I believe this work is ongoing and the authors have created an excellent resource. I will continue to re-visit this book as I progress through my own growth.

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