God is Love, and forgiveness is one of the many expressions of love. When we choose forgiveness over judgment, in essence, we are choosing God over the ego’s programs and mindset. Today, when the ego once again demands that we judge someone, let us ask ourselves: “Is this judgment really worth more to me than my peace of mind and joy?” When we figure out that it is not, let us then use forgiveness as a tool that helps us realign with the truth in us. The ego tries to convince us to judge because judgment is its fuel source. It is doing this for its survival, not ours. The more we practice declining the ego’s demands, the more time we will spend in the states of peace and happiness. As forgiveness becomes our constant companion, we begin to notice how unlike the energy of judgment is to us.
Today, let us recall, support and reinforce that who we are in truth is the love that God is. Forgiveness, as an expression of love, is an aspect of our divine nature. Judgment, in opposition to forgiveness, is a false concept within the ego’s illusionary mindset. When we choose forgiveness, in essence, we are choosing to represent God on Earth. Anytime we choose love and its expressions, we will feel fulfilled because we are doing what we were created to do. Anytime we choose the ego’s judgments, we will feel unfulfilled because, in essence, we are doing nothing. Today, when the ego once again demands judgment, let us stop, recall that we have free will, thank it for its suggestion, respectfully decline, and choose forgiveness instead. By doing so, we begin to take back control of our own minds and lives.
May your day be filled with Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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