If you desire true freedom, then it is you who must first free yourself from your own judgments. The ego’s main fuel source is judgment, and thus its main goal is to have you judge yourself and others. Then the ego would follow that up by having you judge yourself for being judgmental of self and others. Today, do not judge yourself for being judgmental. Instead, use it as a signaling device, warning you that you are following the ego’s path, and thus traveling in the wrong direction. It’s perfectly fine to feel whatever it is you think you need to feel, but also, it is of equal importance to feel how those feelings are making you feel. You have imprisoned yourself through your own thoughts and judgments, but the good news here is that it is also you who can, through forgiveness, set yourself free.
Today, if mired in judgment of self or another, let us use such situations, not to put ourselves or others down, but to trigger in us the call for forgiveness. All that in actuality is occurring is that we are being offered another opportunity to practice forgiving ourselves and others. The more we experience the gifts of peace, joy and freedom that forgiveness offers us when we offer it, the more natural this behavior will become, and the more worthy of it we will feel. If forgiveness seems too hard to do, do not despair. Simply invite God to forgive for you. God will lead the way, and sooner or later, you will realize, see and feel the wisdom of His way. Go ahead, invite God in with your whole heart and soul. Ask Love to please lead the way, and feel the freedom, joy and peace that comes from placing your full trust in God.
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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