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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