Daily Inspiration: November 6. Loving those Who Judge and Criticize Us – Condensed Version
Love is our Creator and All, if we are not in alignment with All, then we will feel lost and confused. It is when we feel lost and confused, that we judge and criticize those who themselves, because they are also lost and confused, judge and criticize us. Judgment and criticism of self and others, are not a signs of someone who is bad, not spiritual or evil, these are just symbols of one who has lost their way. What would you think that those who are lost would project onto this world? Would fear, confusion and chaos, not come from such a mindset? Why would we ever want to judge those who are fearful and confused? Let us today not judge and criticize those that would judge and criticize us, instead, let us be to them a light within the darkness, a glimmer of hope and healing.
Today, when another judges or critics us, let us make the conscious decision, to not be sucked into their dream. Now we know, that only those who are asleep to their true nature, could ever judge and critic us, for only within a dream could the opposite of Love, God, All, seem true. Today, let us make a conscious decision to practice aligning only with our loving nature, with our awaken-self, by taking 4 steps: First, we realize that only those who are dreaming can judge or criticize us. Second, we forgive others their dreams of us. Third, we thank them for helping us practice being and thus reinforcing, our true eternal loving nature. Fourth, as an example of Love and non-judgment, we light the way so that they can begin to see, that they need no longer dream, nor continue to represent, the dream they are dreaming.
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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