First, I want to tell you that today I choose Love. I hope you do too, as it is the wave of your future. I chose those words carefully and I want you to really think about it. Not the wave of THE future, the wave of YOUR future. When the wheat and the chaff are separated, it will be on a basis of Love and Fear. Think about that, ponder it, and feel it in whatever context you believe that separation occurs. It is important and upcoming.
I am reading Sandra Walter’s latest this morning and encourage you to do the same if you have some time. It is amazing how something I am experiencing, or epiphanies that I have, are then reflected back to me in things that I find. They are validations from on high and tell me I am headed in the right direction. Whether you speak to a god, angels, guides, your higher self or whomever, if you are like me you need to pay attention to these divine messages as you walk through the dark night of the soul. I think this entire Earth experience is the dark night of the soul. It’s Hell or Hellish to say the least, yet we persevere. I still appreciate the lantern in the darkness to guide me, and hope to remain awake enough to see and follow it.
When I began writing this morning, I really wanted to eat some eggs instead. But my lantern was saying “write, write!” in regards to my next level of experience here, and so I began this blog which I am now finishing in the afternoon. Yesterday I wrote about healing my soul, and healing other souls. Healing of that type and level cannot occur without self-reflection and forward movement, right? It goes without saying really, and so as such there is a lot going on within me. I have been, for days now, contemplating the difference between beliefs, ideas, opinions, etc. and judgment.
First, what’s the difference? If you try to gain a mental understanding, really there is none. We live in a duality reality and as such you either are or aren’t, it’s black or white, blah blah etc. etc. But you and I know that life isn’t really that way right? There’s a shit ton of gray out there. The line between black and white is very thin and so is the line between your position on anything and judgment. I will share what I have experienced and hope it isn’t too confusing.
Before I get started, I have to tell you I have no idea why my guides keep referring me back to Jesus. I am not a Christian although I don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. I don’t even know if I truly believe that a real person named Jesus existed, and on that note I won’t get into what the Roman Catholic Church did with early Christian doctrine to shape it like it is today. Either way, historically real or unreal, the person we know as Jesus embodied the Christ Consciousness on this planet. His SOL purpose was to bring that in, and to tell the people to follow the New Testament, which was one of Love. He did warn people of things, yes, but at the core it was the consequences of choosing anything else above Love. It’s apparent in all of his writings, and my guides have referred me to quotes from the Bible over and over lately.
With that said, here are some verses about judging others. I think all but maybe one or two of them are from the New Testament, which again, is relating stories of Jesus and his teachings of Love and compassion and what I call “right action.” They are worth reading even if you are not religious.
And with THAT said, I had an epiphany just this morning that the difference between beliefs, opinions, etc. and judgment is that when you make another person wrong (and thus you sit on a righteous high horse), you are sitting in judgment. Not when you don’t understand them, not when you know it’s not for you but is fine for them, but when you make them wrong. And ah, as I write this, my inner knowing is asking “What about when someone is harming another? What about when they are being unkind? What about when they are in fear and not in Love?” UGH. I didn’t say I was an expert, just that I had an epiphany this morning.
That sort of deflates my sails here, LOL! I guess I’ll just keep feeling my way through this one. Still, it’s not a bad thing to ask you to be more Christ-Like now is it? Not Christian but Christ Like. Choose Love over fear, over hate, over all those negative emotions that are floating around out there. That’s what Christ Consciousness means to me. Edgar Cayce described “Jesus as a pattern of wholeness.” Now isn’t that an interesting concept! This is a good read from the Edgar Cayce website. I hope you read that too.
And with that, I’m back to a state of confusion. But that’s good. It means my thoughts are all mixed up and working to find stability in the chaos, and so I will learn something. Hope you do too. Enjoy!
Blessings, Namaste, Nutsmaste, and #missingerin and #LovingErin