Daily Inspiration: December 2. Trust Reduces Guilt and Increases Peace – Condensed Version
When we are being judgmental towards others, because we are all One, what the ego is really doing is unconsciously programming us to think that it is ok to be judgmental of ourselves. Guilt results from judgment of self and others, because in essence you are doing what is “in opposition” to God. God is All, thus you can’t really do anything that is in opposition to Him, to Love, to All. Now, if you are unconsciously within the ego’s fairy tale mindset, then thoughts and actions that are in opposition to God seem possible. In truth, your journey is a sacred co-creation with God, and thus you cannot judge it without feeling at least unconsciously guilty for doing so. Yet guilt is not the home that God has built for us, peace is. Let us today simply make the choice not to judge our or another’s journey.
Today our main goal becomes to simply increase our level of trust in the plan we have co-created with God. We will know when we are aligning with and trusting the plan we have co-created with God because the state of peace will result. If you want to get onto a roof, and you need a ladder for that purpose, is not every step on the ladder of use? Are we not grateful that each step on the ladder is placed in such a way that it assists us in reaching the next step? If the previous step helped us reach the step we are now on, were the previous steps not useful and helpful? If all previous steps on the ladder have been of use to get us to where we desire to be, should we not be grateful to all of them? If we understand this analogy, what use would we ever have to judge and feel guilty of our journeys or our past?
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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