Recent Examples of oneness from the Web
The sense of privacy and oneness with nature is remarkable in a relatively small building on a relatively small urban lot.
There were people running Saturday who in their dedicated training have found the pathway to better health, to inner peace and even to some form of spiritual oneness with the land.
Social-science literature suggests that nothing activates those who value oneness and sameness more than a perception that a country’s leaders are failing and that its people are divided in their values.
Still, there were signs that this feeling of oneness would not remain forever.
The connection to the divine isn’t a far away place, but rather a oneness that is always with us, a portal that can be accessed at any time.
If well executed, the attan can create an almost trancelike sense of oneness.
The researchers proposed that interfering with the default network could be how psychedelic drugs cause what users often describe as a disintegration of the self, or even a sense of oneness with the universe.
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First Known Use of oneness
before 12th century
ONENESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oneness for English Language Learners
: the state of being completely united with or a part of someone or something
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