Most people reading this will have an awareness of themselves as the divine being that they are to some degree, and that they are existing in a human body in a dense reality that we call earth. At this point of awareness most people will seek to have love and compassion for others and see beyond human judgements.
So why then, do so many of us still find ourselves judging others? Why do we get that random thought that someone is “too fat” or “looks mean” or “too lazy” or whatever the thought may be, and then wonder, “Why did I think that?”
Did you ever stop to consider that those thoughts or judgements are not yours?
To explain that question I invite you to do this:
Take a deep breath and feel your spirit/beingness. Feel how big it is? Does it extend beyond your physical body?
Yes, of course it does. You are much more than just a physical body.
Now expand your awareness out about 5 metres. Is your spirit/beingness still in that space?
Do it again. Expand your awareness out about 100 metres, then 1000, then beyond your country, beyond the planet and so on. Are you still there? Is your spirit so expansive and connected that you are part of all things?
So is it not understandable then that you would naturally pick up on thoughts and feelings and beliefs that other people have?
We are all “psychic”. We all have the ability to sense who will be on the phone before it rings, or sense when someone is angry or sad without them telling you. We are sensual, feeling beings and this is a natural ability.
What is actually happening when you find these random judgements coming into your mind is that you are picking up on the beliefs and judgements that that person has about themselves. They are projecting “I’m not good enough”, “I’m too tall”, “I don’t have enough money” and so on. And we pick up on that thought and think that it’s our judgement of them.
We think that if something is in our head it is ours.
I invite you to alter this point of view.
Notice when you have random judgements of others. Send the thought back to them (its origin) and acknowledge them as the divine being that they are. It is their responsibility to deal with that energy, and by seeing them as they really are, beyond the physical body, you offer them a new potential of awareness that they can tap into.
This is a more honouring way to help others. Not by trying to save them or forcing them to change.
If you are someone who berates yourself for having judgemental thoughts when you think you should know better, you will now be able to see this from a different perspective.
For more information on this and ways to clear these energies contact Keryn on 0408 857 620 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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