If one takes a highly responsible/ causative viewpoint toward life, one can deduce that all is one as in all is self. 

How does that, then, involve other thetans? One has to imagine that if one is all, then all are one as in a part of you.

How does one achieve this particular mindset while also believing that others share this omnipotency as part of their  nature? would it be a contradiction to believe that 'I am cause' but 'so are others'? Is it through communication that such a thing comes about?

The highest point on the "know to mystery" scale is "coexistence"

Exhibiting any level of knowingness below that point puts one in a position of being an individual, not at a state of "one" with all consciousness.  So "one-ness" would be a potentiality - not a present reality.

"Would it be a contradiction to believe that 'I am cause' but 'so are others'?"


How one gets to any desired state of mind is training and processing.


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