Imagine a day when you finally begin to realize how every single step along your path, no matter how much the ego had programmed you to judge yourself for it, was and is a perfect and sacred co-creation with God. When we take some time to look back at our past, we can begin to see how all of our experiences, have helped us become the more mature and self-aware people that we are today. Now, imagine having the Vision of God, and knowing that all decisions and experiences, past, present and future, are designed to help you understand your true eternal loving essence and nature. What further need for judgment of self and others would you have, if you understood that God uses all for good? Imagine, being able to see each and every step along your path, as a gift that you offered yourself, to help you reach a higher level of consciousness. If every step along our path has helped us in one form or another, become more peaceful, joyful, compassionate and forgiving, would you not call that a successful journey? Now, with the gift of time, we can see how our so-called ‘mistakes,’ ‘sins,’ or ‘errors’ actually offered us some of our greatest growth opportunities, life lessons and wisdom. If we can be at peace with it, because of our better understanding of our past, can we not also have peace now, knowing that our present experiences will offer our future-self these same gifts? Understanding the useful nature of each moment helps us de-programmed ourselves from our own judgments. With this clarity, we can begin to see each moment as perfect, sacred and good. As our understanding of the nature of our journey increases, our judgments decrease. Now, we no longer need to judge ourselves as less than or not good enough. Now, we no longer need to judge others for the part they played in our awakening.
Your whole life’s journey is what you have come into this world to express, experience and share. You would not be who you are today if it were not for each one of your experiences. Both the so-called good and bad experiences have been of use. Once this is recognized, would gratitude not be the appropriate response to your whole life’s journey? Is it not by overcoming your challenges that you can best help others overcome theirs? Understanding this, can not some of your darkest times not become your brightest light? If you are able to use the bad experiences to help others overcome their own struggles, then were they really ever bad in the first place? Would those you helped, not be grateful for your grit and determination? Are that grit and determination not a function of having to overcome your challenges? Should gratitude not be the appropriate response for your strength and resolve? What point is there to judge something in your experience as bad, if after all was said and done, it helped you become a stronger and wiser person? Is your life experience not the best communication tool that you have to help others overcome their own struggles? They will in their own time, thanks in part to you, overcome their own challenges. They will then themselves have the tools that you taught them. It will be with these tools that they will then use to teach others a way out of the darkness. In the end, not only did you overcome your challenges, and help some overcome theirs, but also those people you helped, will themselves help others. You will actually help many you will never, at least on Earth, ever get to meet.
Today, let us practice ending our own self-judgments. Being all One, we begin to do so by making the conscious decision to decline the ego’s demands to judge others. What an incredible heavy burden will be lifted off our shoulders when we recall that we have every right to decline the ego demands for judgment. Being all One, when we judge another, we are in essence judging God as wrong. We are in essence saying that the journey that they have co-created with God is incorrect. We will never achieve true peace of mind as long as we continue to unconsciously judge God as wrong. Today, let us practice doing the opposite of judging self or others. That is, trusting fully in God. Trust and non-judgment now become our roads to peace. Now, we trust that each child of God is accomplishing their mission on this planet in the best way they currently know how. The more we trust this truth as true, the more peace of mind we will experience. Each moment of our lives is co-design with our Creator to help us all grow, heal and awaken us to our true loving nature. Today, when the ego once again demands judgment, we simply decline its request, forgive self and others, trust God and experience peace. The more we practice declining the ego’s demands for judgment, the more grateful we will become to those who have offered us the opportunities to forgive, trust God, and fine peace. In this awaken state of mind, gratitude becomes our natural response to all those who are presented to us. Gratitude then becomes a symbol that you are experiencing the present moment as the gift that it is. As you begin to become aware of the gifts within the present moment, your judgments of self and others dissolves back into nothingness from which these delusions came.
Today, when the ego demands judgment: First, recall all the suffering and pain that the ego’s mindset has brought us. Second, let us decline the ego’s request. Third, recall that because God is Perfection, that each person’s journey is perfect for them. Fourth, let us forgive our misperceptions of God’s perfection. Fifth, let us place our trust in God instead of the ego. Sixth, let us notice that the more we trust God, the less judgmental we become, and the more peace we have. Seventh, let us be grateful to God for helping us see such instances with greater clarity and understanding. Eighth, let us pat ourselves on the back for having awaken to this new way of seeing. Ninth, let us be grateful to all those who have been a part of our growth and awakening process. Tenth, let us become an example of non-judgment to others.
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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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