“You are all beautiful beings. Very radiant. You do not see yourselves as we see you. But if you could, then ninety percent of your problems are in your own beliefs and judgements about yourself. So now is the time to forget about the past. Forget about anything you have done in the past. You are all forgiven, all of your outrageous crimes. Anything you did in the past, you did feeling that it was the right thing to do. You are all honourable beings.” – Sananda (channelled through Eric Klein, The Crystal Stair. A Guide to the Ascension, Oughton House Publications, CA, U.S., 1990, p.138).
"He whom I enclose with my name is weeping in this dungeon; I am ever busy building this wall all around; and as this wall goes up into the sky day by day I lose sight of my true being in its dark shadow; I take pride in this great wall, and I plaster it with dust and sand lest a least hole should be left in this name; and for all the care I take I lose sight of my true being." - Rabindranath Tagore. (Quoted in Wayne Dyer's book Your Sacred Self, 1996).
I started recording incidences of judging people whenever I go out because I have realised that, here where I live, I encounter so many sights that ‘do not agree with me.’ While I calmly observe most of them, ‘judgement happens’ too. It’s a start. I don’t know what to do about it. I haven’t really acknowledged that it is a problem but I am open to observing myself and these little incidences. I confess that by the second day I was already laughing at myself and the absurdity of my environment! If it’s entertaining enough to make me laugh then it’s definitely a worthwhile exercise. It’s a new game from which I hope to learn a thing or two about myself and become more conscious and high-vibrational since I am on the case in this area now and it feels permanent because I know there are higher frequencies on Earth now. There is no turning back and it would be senseless to waste such a golden opportunity. It is time to take responsibility for inner aggression and anger and master them. Both judgement and repressed anger are very English diseases, I think. No doubt they are intimately related too. In fact, what I really mean that we have a unique brand since conformity and control are a Patriarchal disease and narrow-mindedness results from a rational, left-brain emphasis the world over. Right and wrong are drummed into us from infancy and we are conditioned to adopt the cultural values and exclusive identity that are required to maintain the status quo which is always static and inanimate. What is normal and acceptable to us personally and culturally is always too limited to be inflicted onto others and always narrows our perception of reality which only the heart sees and can fathom fully. Judgement is not knowing.
“Venting is the first step to processing our emotions and supporting our IC [Inner child]. It clears our body of the adrenaline [released into the bloodstream by stress] and the IC’s dark emotions, which can become toxic when stored in excess. Additionally, venting validates how the IC feels, and afterwards we have the frame of mind to resolve conflict.” - Laura Adams Boak (‘Wake Up! Your Inner Child is Knocking, Part 3,’ 19 July 2007, www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/ic_knocking_article1.html).
"When you want only love you will see nothing else.” – A Course in Miracles (The Foundation for Inner Peace, 1976).
Louise L. Hay says that learning to love and accept yourself is the first step in bringing an abundance of love, peace and joy into your life. She explains that the first step to loving yourself is to “stop criticising, no.1., you, and then other people. It’ll be a lot easier to stop criticising other people when you stop criticising yourself. Now, number two on that list is ‘Stop scaring yourself’…How often do you terrorise yourself with your own thoughts? You get into absolute terror and it’s only coming from your own thoughts. Nobody out there is doing a thing…You know, we find so many ways to scare ourselves…Make a list of your fears and then turn each fear into a positive affirmation. Turn each one into something positive. And remember, always you are in charge. You are always in charge.