How much time and energy have we already sacrificed at the altar of self-judgment? What prayers has self-judgment ever answered, or what wounds has it ever healed? Today, let us recall the irrationality of self-judgment by noting three things: First, the ego thinks that it has the knowledge to judge us and our journey, and yet the ego does not even know what we are having for lunch tomorrow, let alone what is in the best interest of the universe. Trust instead, that God and you have co-created a perfect individualized sacred journey, and thus there is not a moment in it, that is anything other than a gift that you are offering yourself, others, and this world. Once you recall your sacred co-creation with God, your need for self-judgment, and because we are all One, judgment of others, will be reduced.
Second, you are always making the best decision possible with the tools, coping mechanism, knowledge and self-awareness, that you have available to you at that time. Understanding this as true, what room is there left for self-judgment? Third, the ego would insist that you made mistakes because you were not wise, spiritual, or good enough. Instead ask yourself, how many times have these so call ‘mistakes’ become some of my greatest lessons? And if these so-called mistakes, by us learning from them, turned into knowledge and wisdom, then were they ever truly mistakes or bad in the first place? Anything that helped you grow, develop, mature and become more self-aware is useful, and thus a gift that you are offering yourself, and that thanks to your life experience, a gift that you will one day offer others.
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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