"The confession of God's oneness, which has its roots in the divine revelation of the Old Covenant, is inseparable from the profession of God's existence and is equally fundamental."
Catechism of the Catholic Church
"God cannot be separated from God and so is separate from nothing at all. God can differentiate Itself in countless ways, which It does as a means of Self-Expression, through which It becomes Self-Conscious. Yet differentiation is not division. Separation does not exist."
What God Wants
(Neale Donald Walsch)
"The One Cosmic Life-Consciousness, binding everything together, and permeating everything, flows through all." Lina Psaltis, introduction
Dynamics of the Psychic World
(Helena P. Blavatsky)
"'We are all', as Schopenhauer avers, 'one and the same single Being.' And the sentiment proper to this selfless realization is compassion."
The Masks of God
"The radiance which emanates from the One Mind, by emanating from one's own mind, emancipates the mind." 'The Seeing of Reality'
The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation
(W. Y. Evans-Wentz, compiler and editor)
"All living things fit together into a single pattern."
The Web of Life
(John H. Storer)
“You will find nothing in the world which is not in the One….Everything owes to the One its individual existence and the process whereby it is perfected and preserved.”
Pseudo-Dionysius, The Complete Works
(John Farina, Editor-in-Chief)
"The universe is the combination of a thousand elements, and yet the expression of a single spirit."
(Helena P. Blavatsky)
"I have put duality away. I have seen that the two worlds are one: one I seek, one I know, one I see, one I call. He is the first, he is the last. He is the outward, he is the inward." Jalal Al-Din Rumi (1207-1273)
The Quotable Spirit
(Peter Lorie and Manuela D Mascetti, editors)
"All principles and their progeny are finally centered and rooted by their summits in the first great all-comprehending one. Thus all beings proceed from, and are comprehended in the first being; all intellects emanate from one first intellect; all souls from one first soul; all natures blossom from one first nature;…all these great monads are comprehended in the first one, from which both they and all their depending series are unfolded into light. Hence, this first one is truly the unity of unities, the monad of monads, the principle of principles, the God of Gods, one and all things, and yet one prior to all."
Lectures on Ancient Philosophy
(Manly P. Hall)