DivineUnity has several logos. The one featured on this website is the Nautilus which symbolizes the Golden Rule as mathematically expressed via the Fibonacci sequence. The outward spiral symbolizes the ever expanding consciousness within Humanity of our Unity with all life, with each other and always with the Divine..
DivineUnity also has 10 principles 1. There is One Power
2. The Kingdom is Within
3. I am an individualized expression of the Divine
4. My thoughts and beliefs give specific form to Spirit
5. The principle at the basis of our own lives is the Law of Cause and Effect.
6. We are endowed with free will and thus can embody DivineUnity by choosing Compassion.
7. Evil is not a separate force but a misuse of the Law.
8. Changing my thinking, changes my life.
9. There are Tools which enable us to transform our Consciousness
10. All these principles assist us in realizing our DivineUnity
which although always present may not be realized because of 'obscurations or delusions'. Individual Realization of DivineUnity can be recognized by a person's compassionate action and being a consistent, positive presence. Although each person is responsible for his or her own personal spiritual evolution, we are also collectively responsible for the establishment and maintenance of a peaceful and prosperous ecologically balanced planet which is rooted in commonly understood laws that are fair and equally applied and rooted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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The Equilibrium is a Root teaching of DivineUnity

At the heart of our teaching is the wonderful mathematics of compassion which is called The Equilibrium. Sometimes called the mathematics of success, the Equilibrium was stated mathematically by John Nash. This wonderful mathematics can be summed up in prose as:

"Do what is good for the group and do not exclude yourself."

Thus we might rephrase the Equilibrium by saying: "Do what is good for the group and what is good for yourself, do what is good for yourself but insure that it is also good for the group."

In short this is the very root of the Golden Rule. "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." The great challenge of the Golden Rule in the conception of many is that it can lead to 'meaningless' self-sacrifice. As opposed to 'meaningful' self sacrifice which is found when the fireman rushes into the burning building when others are running out, or when Lieutenant Vladimir Pravik entered Chernobyl to put out the nuclear fire even in the obvious face of a most likely hideous death by radiation poisoning, meaningless self-sacrifice happens all the time when people exclude themselves from the equation.

In contrast to the person who excludes themselves is the person who is only thinks about himself or herself and this results in greed and corruption. This is an obvious spiritual deficit and results in direct and easily observable suffering.

When we observe nature and see the success of ecosystems and interaction of animals to support one another, even the predators are trimming the flock of the old or the weak. We can see this equation working throughout the world in successful systems.

In short this is the New Thought, concept of co-creation. This equation allows for us to see the mathematical importance of the concept of co-creation and how this goes hand in hand with the understanding of partnership. This leads us to the deep teachings of Partnership which are perhaps best explained through the works of Riane Eisler. We begin to understand that Partnership is essential both to success and prosperity and in fact the very root of survival for us as a species and for our planet as a diverse and beautiful jewel of ecosystems intertwined across the globe.

Thus it follows from our belief in the Equilibrium that we believe in:

Partnership, Compassion, Forgiveness and Reconciliation.

Our other beliefs about our New Thought Path can be found by clicking on the links to the right. You may start with Divine Unity Believes

The New Thought Movement

The New Thought movement — not to be confused with New Age — is more than a century old in its current form. It is practical, universal spirituality that promotes fullness of all aspects of living, through positive thinking, meditation, affirmative prayer, and other ways of realizing the presence of God. New Thought includes Unity, Religious Science, DivineUnity, Divine Science, Universal Foundation For Better Living, Seicho No Ei and other groups and individuals. A common saying in New Thought is
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life.

We believe the Divine may be called by many names — God, Goddess, Great Spirit, Brahma, Jaweh — but regardless of the name one calls the Divine, the Divine remains changeless and constant. The name you choose to call God changes you, not God. The Divine is personal living within each of us and uniting us all. Great Spirit does not necessarily have a gender, though some may choose to refer to God as He or She.
New Thought honors the divinity and wisdom in each religion and spiritual tradition.

New Thought believes there were, and are many great teachers, including Jesus, Buddha, and Lao Tzu— and that each of us has the capacity to awaken to our DivineUnity.
There are many New Thought Authors , many of which can be found online in NewThoughtLibrary.com

New Thought is a movement that is over 150 years old,
of which we are only one denomination. We are new and thus don't have many centers throughout the world yet but we support all of New Thought. You can find our centers in FindACenter or you can join our online community. There is no cost to join.
There are many wonderful denominations which are older than ours,
having been formed in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
We encourage you to go to NewThought.info to find out more information about
these NewThought denominations and the movement.
We have done our best to link to a representative sampling of New Thought beliefs for your convenience. We encourage you to attend a variety of New Thought spiritual centers till you find a Spiritual Community where you feel at home.
They are all wonderful and unique and
through exploration you can find the center which is your Spiritual Community.
Gods Church - 1 Spirit
Divine Science
In Divine Unity we believe it is essential to build a spiritual practice
  There are Seven Tools of Transformation which can be used to enable us to transform our thinking and thereby our lives and the world we live in.
These tools are: i) The Word ii) Journaling; iii) Goal Setting/Planning;
iv) Contemplation; v) Visualization;
vi)Affirmative Prayer (Spiritual Mind Treatment); vii) Meditation

Divine Unity is New Thought for the New Millennium© believing there is truth in all religions and respecting all compassionate spiritual paths. Divine Unity includes the UDHR in its beliefs.

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Universal Declaration
of Human Rights

Click on Eleanor Roosevelt to download a pdf file of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

We affirm that there is one Energy, Universal Consciousness, Transcendent Cause, Being/Beingness, Love, Buddha Nature, which may also be called God/Goddess whose embrace is both universal and individual. That as we realize our DivineUnity with this energy we embody Compassion, Goodness, Wisdom, Love, Justice, Mercy, Truth, Power, Peace, Plenty and Joy more

Love, Compassion, Humility and Gratitude are major traits of the heart on our spiritual journey.
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