Daily Inspiration: August 1. The Similarity Between Judgments and Dreams – Condensed Version
A dream may take a thousand forms, yet regardless of its content, it is still but a dream. Judgment may take a thousands forms, yet regardless of the time and energy that we sacrifice at its altar; it is still but a judgment. Just as the act of awakening releases us from all our dreams, so too does the act of forgiveness release us from every judgment that we ever made. Be no longer fooled nor feel challenged by the forms your dreams or judgments take, they are all in the end, the same, not worthy of the truth in you. No judgment is worth the poison that you allow to pulsate through your veins, pollute your heart, and punish your mind. No judgment, regardless how right the ego insist that you are for making it, is worth that dark, burdensome, heavy and constant weight that it has you carry.
Today, let us practice searching for the symbols that show us when our minds are asleep, and when they are awake. The more we practice doing so, the quicker we will be able to awaken when we find ourselves dreaming. One of the main symbols of a mind asleep is when it is focus on judging self or others as guilty. The judgmental mind attacks and separates from anything or anyone that differs from it. Aligned with this mindset, confusion, conflict, chaos, fear, anxiousness and anger, fill up the dreams of a mind asleep. One of the main symbols of a mind awake, is in its peaceful nature. The peaceful mind sees those in this world as innocent, unites and understands that it is One with everyone and all. Forgiveness, compassion, trust in God, hope, wisdom and joy, are all aspects and symbols of a mind awake.
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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