The ego’s judgment-centered programs and mindset have no control over you – other than the control that you give to them. Knowing this, when other people judge you, say to yourself what a great man once said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Then simply forgive their misperceptions of you. Let go of their judgments of you — and of your judgments of them for judging you. For what could the false concept of judgment possibly be when God is Love, Truth and All? There can be no opposition to Love which is All. Thus in truth, there can be no such thing as judgment. If in truth there is no such thing as judgment, then what need would you ever have for it or to defend yourself against it? Judgment of self and others is simply a sign of one who has temporarily forgotten their true essence and nature.
Today, let us recall that because God is Love and All, judgment, placing itself in opposition to Love, cannot be real or true. This makes judgment illusionary in nature. We enhance or diminish an illusion’s effect on our life by how much we focus on it. Today, when a judgment of self or others pops into our mind and demands to be recognized and fed, we simply decline its request to enter by overlooking or forgiving it. If we feel that we are not yet able to do that, then let us visualize handing our pain and anger over to God, and visualize and feel them dissolving before His mercy and light. Then let us pray for those who have judged us or for those whom we have judged. If we cannot yet do that, then let us ask God to do this for us until we can feel and understand the wisdom of our Divine path.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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