Daily Inspiration: October 4. The Relationship Between Judgment and Time – Condensed Version

When you feel like you’ve been hurt by another, and you just can’t seem to stop thinking judgmental thoughts about them, do not judge yourself for thinking in this manner. Instead, learn to use such situations to practice restructuring your relationship to time –  to the past, present and future. You have been gifted free will, and thus it is only you, through your thoughts, who can drag the past into the present, and thus create a present and future like your past. It is thus you, not they, who is ultimately responsible for releasing your past and returning to, the eternal now, where the peace of God resides. The ego will keep insisting that it is because of what they did to you in the past, that they must be judged and punished now. But truly, ask yourself, who am I really punishing by thinking this way?

Today, let us focus on forgiving thoughts that help release us from the past, instead of thoughts of judgment that only chain us and hold us captive in it.   Keep reminding yourself, each and every time that you bring the past or future into the now, that you are only missing out on the gifts that reside within the present moment. Keep reminding yourself, that as God’s creation, you are forever worthy of the peace that resides within the eternal now. Always remember, that it is “you” who are doing this to yourself. You, unconscious of it as you may be, have brought the past or future into the present, and thus are simply repeating past patterns. Yet, rejoice, for if it is you who has imprisoned yourself, then it is also you, who can set yourself free by recalling the true power you have over the false concept of time.

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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(1) Wish there were a way to share to my facebook timeline. Maybe there is and I don’t know how? (2) More and more thoughts surface or I recognize my behavior that lets me know I have not “forgiven” as I thought I had. So I just keep trying.

Thank you Louisa for being open to the message and for being a member of our community.

1 – The condense and full version of these post are also posted on Facebook. Just put in the FB search bar: “You Have Chosen to Remember” and it will take you to our FB page. There, you can then share it with others on your FB timeline.

2 – Every time a judgmental thought pops into your mind and tries to take your peace of mind and joy away, do not judge yourself for this, instead be grateful to God that you have another opportunity to practice forgiveness, and thus to heal your own mind.

The more you practice forgiving others, because we are all One, the more worthy of forgiveness, and thus of peace of mind and joy you will feel.

Then after a while of practicing, and yes sometimes a long while, it start to just become second nature to forgive useless and silly judgment centered thoughts that pop in, and thus it becomes more natural for you to be at peace and joyful.

Peace. JBC

James, kindly tell me how you get such easy thoughts? Forgiving others those who have hurt us and also forgiving self for hurting others is not that easy! Ego keeps us stuck, but, yes, ofcourse, to whom are we punishing by our judgements?!

Archana, thank you for being open to the message.

Ask yourself, what is truly harder, is it harder to judge others, be angry at them, hold unto resentment, and plan your revenge? Or is it harder to trust that God has a perfect plan in place for all of us, forgive our brothers and sisters, and by doing so be at peace?

Always remember, that because you are God’s creation, you are forever worthy of peace, and because we are all One, all of us are worthy of this same gift, the gift of peace.

Peace. JBC

To forgive yourself for past transgressions can be very freeing

Thank you Mary for being a member of our community.

We all, as God’s creations, are forever worthy of the peace that forgiveness of self and others brings.

Peace. JBC

Thank you, God bless.

Thank you Mary for being open to the message.

Peace. JBC

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