Daily Inspiration: November 27. Two Ways to View Judgment – Condensed Version
Today, let us recall, that judgment is the ego’s main fuel source. There are two main ways we can use judgment in this world of duality. The first one, is to use it to put ourselves and others down. By doing so, we fuel the ego and its mindset. Acting in this manner only increases the ego’s grip over our mind, and thus over our lives. The second way to view judgment, is to use it as a trigger mechanism, a sort of call from the Universe, that invites us to awaken from our sleep. The more we practice seeing the ego’s judgments in this manner, the less time we will spend in that state of mind, and thus the less suffering and pain we will experience in our lives. The less time we spend in the state of judgment, the less fuel source the ego has, the less control it will be able to have over our minds and lives.
Today, let us practice shifting our understanding of the usefulness of judgment. What once the ego had us use to condemn ourselves and others, now aligned with the mercy and grace of God, we can decipher its usefulness, and use it for good, to help us grow, heal and awaken. Because God is Love and All, every moment of our journey, when properly perceived, can be used to help awaken us to our true loving nature. Now, when we forget our true loving nature, and allow thoughts of judgment to enter our mind’s gate, we no longer need to live enslaved within the ego’s mindset, carrying our heavy burden from the past into the now and future. Now, with this life experience under our belt, we have it as a tool on our tool belt, to help us more quickly align with our Source, and react lovingly within the now.
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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