When you are focusing on the separateness of our bodies instead of the sameness in our souls, know that you are buying into the ego’s mindset as true. We are all One, and yet the ego has programmed us to believe and support the false concepts that we are separate from each other. It does this because judgment is the ego’s main fuel source, thus if it can make you believe that you can judge another without hurting yourself, then it wins. The ego wins, because as you judge yourself or another, you fuel the ego. The ego knows that if you believe that judging another won’t in any way hurt you, then you’ll be more inclined and open to judge. The ego tires to consciously convince you that it is appropriate, normal and natural, to judge others. Yet, being that we are all One, by doing so it is also unconsciously training you that it is appropriate, normal and natural, for everyone else, including yourself, to judge you. Unconsciously thinking that it is right and normal for the whole world to judge you, only heightens your level of defensiveness. This in turn increases the number of judgments that you make in order to ‘protect’ yourself from others. The ego knows that when you are aligning with God, with the idea of Oneness, it becomes very hard for it to convince you to judge. In this state you know that what you do and think of ‘others’, because we are all One, you do and think of yourself. As you begin to awaken and let go of the ego’s mindset, you will notice that when you judge another, those poisonous thoughts flow through you first, and then even having projected them unto others, still remain within you. As you awaken and align with the state of Oneness, you will notice that when you judge another, you hurt yourself, and when you forgive another, you begin to heal yourself. This understanding then opens the door to more easily being able to forgive yourself.
The state of Oneness, offers you through your interactions with others, a great number of opportunities to practice self-forgiveness. Others are now understood as simply representing different versions or aspects of yourself. Thus now, forgiving them is an act of self-forgiveness. In Oneness, the mind now knows that those “out there” are simply reflecting your internal condition. It is your beliefs about yourself and what you hold as true, that you see reflecting from others. For this reason those who have awaken are grateful to all those they think of or meet for helping them see what they are carrying within. Now gratitude not judgment, becomes the more appropriate response to their participation in your life. On a daily basis, our brothers and sisters are helping shine a light into the small dark crevasses within your own minds where the ego’s judgment based ideology still rules as king. Now when we see innocence instead of guilt in another, we also free a part of ourselves from having to hold unto and carry the burden of judgment. The more parts of yourself that you see as innocent, the more peace you will experience, and the more worthy of forgiveness you will feel. The more you practice overriding the ego’s mindset by choosing forgiveness over judgment, the more natural and at Home you will be and feel in the state of peace. Being all One, as you practice forgiving others which are all just external reflections of your internal condition, you will be equally unconsciously teaching yourself that every part of you and your experience is worthy of forgiveness. The more you offer forgiveness to others, the more deserving and worthy of forgiveness you will feel and recall that you are.
Today, when you practice forgiving yourself through others, you are teaching yourself that those parts of you are no longer available to be judged. In doing so, you come a step closer to experiencing the peace that true forgiveness offers. Today, anytime the ego has you look upon another and demands you judge them, stop, and recall who your brother and sister truly are. They are a part of you that is in the best way he or she knows how, asking you for forgiveness, help and healing. Remind yourself that being all One, all sacred parts of God, that we are all equally worthy of being forgiven and being at peace. Forgive yourself and others because you are worthy of peace. Today, if you forget, and find yourself judging self or others, stop, and say to yourself: “Today, I forgive myself, because I am worthy of peace. As God’s creation, I am worthy of the peace that forgiveness offers. I now make the conscious decision to override the ego’s programming and offer forgiveness to me and those parts of me that are being represented by other people. We are all One, my brothers and sisters are here in my physical presence to show me where I am at within my heart and mind. Each one of them represents a belief that I hold dear about myself. If I am holding unto a false concept that is not aligned with the Love that God is, then my brothers and sisters will show me. Today, I forgive and thank, not judge and condemn, them for showing me where I am not aligning with my true loving nature. Forgiveness, as an expression of the Love that I am, is what I will today offer to all others. By forgiving others, today I learn that every part of me is worthy of forgiveness, worthy of being at One with Love who is my Creator.”
Today, let me recall that we are all One, and thus that each and everyone “out there” is in essence a part of me. When I judge them, I am simply reflecting unto them that part of me that does not believe is worthy of forgiveness. I have held my forgiveness from myself long enough, and so today I will offer it to all others so that I can finally and fully experience it myself. Now, instead of judging others, and judging myself for judging them, I thank them for showing me a way out of the darkness and back into alignment with the Light. Today, I recognize and acknowledge that the more parts of myself I forgive, the closer I come to truly understanding that it is ok and right to forgive myself. Now, when the ego demands that I judge another, I instead stop and recognize the opportunity that they are offering me. They are in essence offering me the opportunity to forgive them, and thus by doing so, heal my whole-self.
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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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