Who is That Oneness Guy?

      Spiritual Author, Danny Rongo is a singer-songwriter, activist, playwright, and podcaster who has dedicated his life through music and words to the spread of a spirituality that he calls ‘Oneness’. As a direct disciple of self-help guru Dr. Wayne Dyer, Danny has been nurturing this spirituality for more than forty years now. 

 

     Along with his music that defines his message of Oneness, Danny is grateful to have also produced the musical, 'The Phone Call' A Musical to Inspire Oneness. He is also the author of the book which represents the culmination of all that he has learned and lived, "I Am God" (and so are you my friend) A Common Man's Guide to Oneness. Danny also shares his message and music of Oneness as "That Oneness Guy" Podcast / Vlog and has now finished his latest book: "The WAYZ of Oneness" Helping to Navigate Life (conceived under the blanket of a global pandemic)

Danny Rongo
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Interviews

Here are a few recent interviews with 'T.O.G'

To the left, Danny was the featured Author in New Jersey Stage magazine. Click on the image to read the article.

And to the right, as part of the Hamilton NJ Arts Council, Danny was the featured guest and author hosted by Radio and TV personality, Danny Coleman

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"MAZLOW"

Creating a Oneness Movement
By addressing Basic Human Needs

My friends at 'Mazlow' are implementing Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs! Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs states that if basic needs are not met, then higher-order goals will be unattainable.

 

Their mission is to implement the hierarchy from bottom to top! At the bottom, they are creating basic needs campaigns to help those in need. At the top, they are creating a Oneness Movement to self-actualize.

These photos are from their current campaign, providing basic needs to the citizens of the Kibera Slums in Nairobi, Kenya.

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