Post by WeAreAllOne on Jan 30, 2017 4:14:31 GMT -8
Each of us is a spark of consciousness of a larger, unified consciousness, a cell in the heart of one divine being. To judge is to separate ourselves from our divinity; to release judgement is to remember it. It is important to ask what aspects of self are called forth by our judgements. If, for example, we judge someone with a drug addiction as weak, then there is a part of ourselves we judge as weak. If we did not see ourselves as weak at certain times or under certain circumstances, then it would be impossible to hold that judgement of someone else. Instead, either we would not notice the behavior or traits that we view as weakness, or we would not see those behaviors and traits as weakness. All judgement of others is cloaked self-judgement. It is necessarily so. Profound spiritual growth occurs when we bravely pull that cloak away and acknowledge how we feel about ourselves. This process is difficult and requires unflinching self-candor, but it's rewards are great and pro-founding.
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