Daily Inspiration: July 12. The Ego’s Imaginary Childish Games – Condensed Version

As you notice people participating in the ego’s illusionary mindset, you will see that their performance is like that of children playing imaginary games. When you see them as children playing games, this will not come from a sense of superiority, but from the understanding of their eternal innocence. Now, if they judge you, you have no need to judge them back, because that would be like you defending yourself against a child’s imaginary game. If they shape their little hands into guns, regardless of how many illusionary bullets they shoot your way, they cannot hurt you. Your choice to not defend yourself is not a sign of superiority or weakness, but of clarity and wisdom. Your inner certainty comes from knowing that you forever remain as God created you.

Today, let us practice seeing those who judge us, not as mean, bad or evil, but as simply asleep to their true nature. If we judge the people who judge us, then that means that we too are asleep. Today, let us awaken from the ego’s dream by choosing to no longer sacrifice our time and energy to judging those who sleep. When judgmental thoughts come knocking on our mind’s door, let us forgive them, and by doing so decline their entrance into our kingdom. Today, we become examples of the awake mind by forgiving those who judge us. When we forgive others’ delusions of us, in essence, we align with the truth within. When we align with our truth instead of our delusions, with love instead of fear, we let go of silly judgment-centered, childish games that do not serve us or this world.

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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Comments (2)

Thank you. It’s hard in business situations though. I have a hard time not defending myself or at least explaining behaviors and trying to work out a solution to conmunication of feelings and worries at work.
But the I don’t have to take it seriously do I.
Thank you
Needed this today.

Thank you Donna for your comment.

In every moment simply do what brings you peace and you will have peace.

If in the moment you think you have to defend or explain yourself, then that is ok, if that is what brings you peace, defend or explain yourself. But always, after every interaction, review your behavior and feelings, think about what you could have said or done, or what better attitude you could have chosen, that would have consciously aligned you more with God, with the love that in truth you are.

You, as God child, are His light, and that is your function in this world, to be God’s light in each and every moment and situation.

You are here to represent God on Earth, Love on Earth, and so each day practice taking conscious steps towards fulfilling your function.

God will always place you where He needs His Light to shine.

Let us always remember, to thank all those people that we interact with, because they are in truth simply helping us release the illusionary thinking that we hold about ourselves, and practice more consciously becoming the light that we came here to be, enjoy, and share with others.

No matter what, always remember that God Loves you exactly as you are, and so let us practice trying to use this mindset, loving everyone as they are, in order to show them, each and every day, that they too are completely worthy of God’s and our love.

Peace. JBC

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