Daily Inspiration: October 28. Five Steps That Assist Us In Releasing Judgment – Condensed Version

Today, when the ego knocks on your mind’s door and demands that you judge yourself and others, instead consider trying the following:

1 – Before every interaction remind yourself of your goal for today: “To become a reflection and representative of the state of peace.”

2 – Instead of judging others, as the ego has trained us to do, let us offer them gratitude, silently or not, for being part of a process that is helping us to practice recalling that it is we, not the ego, who should be in control of our thinking, and thus of our lives.

3 – Let us practice offering the opposite of what the ego demands. If the ego demands judgment, offer forgiveness. If it insists on condemnation, offer compassion. If it demands you curse them, then silently pray for your brother’s healing, health, peace and joy.

4 – Let us keep acknowledging to ourselves that no matter how unpleasant the ego tells us that the situation is, that the decision to choose forgiveness over judgment, compassion over condemnation, and peace over pain, is always, thanks to free will, available to us and ours alone to make.

5 – Throughout the day, let’s continue to remind ourselves to aligned with our goal of peace. When we are aligned with, representing and expressing, our peaceful nature, we are in essence present and in the conscious state. When we are allowing the ego’s judgment centered mindset to lead us, we are in essence not present, unaware, and asleep to our true nature.

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)

Hi. Always find your daily inspirations inspirational. I do have a question about #4. Should it read compassion over condemnation?

Thank you Roland for being open to the message.

Message corrected.

Thank you.

Peace. JBC

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