Daily Inspiration: April 9. Awakening from the Dream of Judgment – Condensed Version
Once you awaken, you will have no interest in judging those who sleep. For what use would we have for judgment, when we realize, that they are simply reciting lines from a fictional play within their own dreams. When you awaken, if you see others offering you something other than love and its expressions, such as kindness, generosity, forgiveness, compassion and understanding, you will know that they are simply dreaming. When you awaken to your loving nature, you will recall that we are all One. Our Oneness, our eternal truth is Love, the primary expression of God, who is All. Love is free from judgment, because there is no opposite to All. If there is no opposite to Love which is All, then the only time you can be judging, or believing that you are being judged, is when you are asleep and dreaming.
Today, when the ego is once again demanding that we support its false concept of judgment, let us recall that we have free will, and can thus decline its request. Let us remember, where the ego’s judgment centered mindset has taken us before, no where we desire to be, and definitely not to the state of peace. Then, let us recall, that we as God’s, Love’s creations, are forever worthy of peace. To get us to this place of peace, let us simply offer others, the opposite of what the ego demands, forgiveness. The more that, through free will, we choose forgiveness over judgment, the more control we achieve over our thoughts, thinking, minds and lives. Today, let us become grateful, not judgmental of, all those who have help us practice using our free will to take back control of our own minds and lives.
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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