Today, let us acknowledge that we cannot fully understand the whole of Creation’s plan through the two little peepholes that we call our eyes. Realizing this lack of understanding, we are released and relieved of judgments that we truly cannot make. Freeing the world from our judgments, we thus free ourselves from having to carry them. Now, everyone we look upon without our judgments becomes freer to be who they were born to be. Our burdens are lifted knowing that we no longer need to direct this world and its inhabitants. As we release our judgments, the weight of the world is lifted off our shoulders. Knowing that God uses all for good, what judgment would we ever again need to make? Knowing that God is love and all, there is no one that we look upon that is not some expression of love.
Today, let us see every interaction that we are presented with as a gift that is inviting us to practice letting go of our own judgments. By doing so, we experience the freedom and peace that such efforts offer us. Today, when a judgmental thought of self or others pops into our minds, let us no longer judge ourselves as not good or spiritual enough for entertaining it. Instead, let us use such a thought to trigger in us the desire to awaken from the ego’s dream. Our life experience has shown us that the ego’s mindset does not bring us the peace and joy we want. So let us offer the opposite of what the ego wants, and instead forgive. As you forgive yourself and others, physically feel the burden of judgment lifting off your shoulders, and the peace of mind and joy of God returning to your awareness.
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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