Judgment – what it does to your life
Judgment is one of those non-truthful energies.
Why do we make judgment?
We often judge to validate our own emotional imprinting. In previous articles I have talked about the perfection of divine plan, and that everything in existence is unfolding within it. I believe every experience experienced, expands the consciousness of each individuals soul vibration. This tells me that all experiences have a positive and constructive purpose.
Looking at this from that level, tells me all experiences have the same value, as all experiences bring soul expansion. I also believe that every person alive is a little part of God, and therefore has equal value – all bits of God is God and therefore equal.
So if this is true, that means there is no valid reason to make judgment of anyone or experience. It also tells me that if I do judge, I am not seeing the truth of why we are here, and what we are doing by participating in, and creating experiences.
Who are we?
This is a good question. if you believe in science, then everything is a part of one energy. If everything is a part of one energy, then everything is a part of me, as I am also a part of this energy. If this is the case then I am not separate from everyone and thing. So if this is true – who am I judging when I judge?
Here is another way of looking at this
If I am the sole creator of my reality through the law of attraction – everything that turns up in my conscious reality and life is manifested from my internal energy. That means I am self-creating my world. In many ways – I am what I see. If this is true when I make judgment I am actually judging an aspect of myself.
By judging self I am basically saying – I am not equal with the world, I am not of equal value. Judgment assumes there is inequality. When judgment is made, a distinction is made that something can be seen as better or less than.
This non-truth makes me feel less and validates the non-truthful energy of lack. In that moment of become unloving of self. This can only lead to the percecption of lack, burdening my life even more.
So next time you feel like making a judgment of someone or thing realise – “All I See Is Me”
Do you really want to judge yourself knowing it will burden your life. Regardless of your past conditioning and beliefs about who and what you are, there is no reason to burden your life now.
So if you choose to judge yourself, you are basically saying – I don’t deserve love. This is absolutely not true, as you are God, and God deserves all the value and love in creation
Lots of Love to you
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