Living Your Judgments: You Will See What You Do See

The life that you are living is life filtered through and hampered by your judgments. Judge not lest ye be judged. Judge not.  Yes, you pride yourself on being nonjudgemtal.  Nonetheless you are a judging machine. You do nothing more readily or easily. And you are paying the price.  When people affirm that they are nonjudgmental what they really mean is that they don’t judge behavior that they have already judged to be acceptable. All else is fair game. All your hard work, smart work, inspired action, massive action, visualization, affirmations, mind movies, positive thinking, meditation, self-hypnosis and other attempts at creating, attracting or manifesting your desired life are filtered through and impeded by your judgments. Doing all the right things and not making the progress you should be making? Your judgments.

Your judgments are a ball and chain that you drag with you.  The only drag on your upward trajectory. You may get to where you want to go, but it will take much more time, effort, energy and struggle. You still insist that you are nonjudgmental. If that were the case, there would be nothing holding you back. You would always be experiencing the flow and infinite abundance of the universe. Total joy and success. The fact is you judge everything from traffic, weather, climate, bodily symptoms, your progress and circumstances, to the wage of workers in China and Malaysia. Meet the filter and drag on your life.

Judge not lest ye be judged. BE. Not will be. BE. Present tense. Now, ongoing. “Be” equals living. You are living your judgments. The good news is that it all changes when your judgments are curtailed.

If you truly were nonjudgmental you would live in constant unbounded joy. Stress, sadness, unhappiness, frustration, worry, fear, nervousness, envy, jealousy and other undesirable feelings and states are always the result of your judgments. And judgment always results in stress, worry, fear, disappointment, frustration, anxiety, unhappiness and/or sadness. All of these impede your progress. They drag you down. They all lower your energy and vibrations.

Judgment is death. The death of your hopes, dreams, progress and joy. Slow, minute by minute, day by day, and emotionally agonizing. Judgment is darkness. All the success programs and modalities that you try result in less than stellar results. Because of the filter of your judgments.

Your judgments define your life. Definitions are limits. When you define “car” you draw a circle and say that everything within the circle is a car and everything without isn’t. In this way your judgments limit your life and block you from the infinite resources and abundance of the universe.

On the other hand is observation. Observation is power. Observation results in joy. Observation results in appreciation and gratitude.  In this way observation raises your energy, attitude, outlook and vibrations. Observation is lift. Judgment is drag. Observation brings lightness. Judgment brings heaviness. Observation is life. Observation is light.

When you observe and appreciate the total all is-ness of the universe you are in sync with and in the flow of it its infinite abundance. Your judgments of isn’t are out of sync with the universe’s is-ness, are error and always block its flow.

When you look at the world what do you see? Do you really see? Do you observe or do you judge? What do you see without your analysis? Without your opinion? Without your perspective? Without your judgment?

What you see is stuff. Lots and lots of stuff. People and their stuff.  Money, appliances, gadgets, houses, cars, clothes, food, toys. And so much more. Stuff, assets, goodies. This is real. Wealth is real. This is reality. That’s all there really is. What you see, the only thing that you can possibly ever see is wealth.

There are two significant judgments that are holding you back and eroding your dreams and your very life force. One is poverty and the other is “too much”. A double curse.

Poverty does not exist. There is only wealth. Poverty is just a point of view. Poverty is a judgment. And just not lest your judgment come upon you. You call somebody poor because they don’t have what you think they should have or what you would like them to have. In judging anybody poor you bring that judgment on yourself because you almost certainly see yourself as not having everything that you would like, everything that you want or everything that you think you should have. Once you judge poverty anywhere you bring that judgment on yourself. And it will hold you back. You may have enough. You may have more than enough. But this judgment drags you down and holds you back. It’s a liability that is making you less than you could be. Your judgment is like hiking with a heavy weight on your back. You will never go as far, and high and fast as you could without it.

If “poverty” is one thing, it is struggle. No matter how much a person has, if his life has become a struggle he’s poor. When you make the judgment of “poverty”, you bring the judgment of struggle on your life. Things become much more difficult.

Are you one of the millions who only support politicians who most readily and broadly judge “poverty” and “misfortune” and then invoke the harshest judgment on those judged to have more than they need? Your double curse.

You actually judge that some people have more than they should have, more than you think they need. And then go so far as to judge what should be taken (taxed) away from then. You actually judge what everybody should and shouldn’t have. Congratulations . You have brought the judgment on yourself that people should not have more than they really need. And should have their “excess”, their abundance, taken away. Do you really want to be in that place? All the while proclaiming your nonjudgmentalism.

Do you want to live the judgment that people shouldn’t have more than they need? Do you really want to pass judgment of “poverty” because somebody doesn’t have what you think they should which is also you?

You have brought the judgment of poverty on yourself because rather than appreciate you judge “poverty” when you look at people and perceive them to have less than you think they should have (like yourself).

What could be more judgmental then judging what people should or should not have? Should or should not be allowed to keep? Why would anybody want to bring those judgments on themselves?

The story of our economy is the story of a progressively expanding judgment of poverty. At one time “poor” meant not having food or a roof over one’s head. Then it came to mean not having what most others had. Now it means you don’t have the latest and the best. There are those that are promoting the idea that the 99% are poor and misfortunate. If this definition ever takes hold, disaster. All actions and policies that come from the judgment of “poverty” can only result in a greater, more intense experience of poverty. Not more poverty, as poverty does not exist. But a more widespread experience and consciousness of poverty, more evidence of “poverty”.

This holds the key to economic recovery and unending growth. Judging poverty leads to even more ”poverty”. Always. Negative is negative and drags folks down. It always leads to poverty inducing action. And most inexcusably, it encourages, enables and perpetuates judgment of “poverty” that others pronounce on their lives rather than the empowering option of observation and appreciation. We have more struggle because we have continually progressively chosen to see more “poverty”.  We can easily reverse the process.

You will see what you do see. See poverty and you will continue seeing even more poverty. It is only possible to observe what is. Only wealth can be observed. “Poverty” cannot be observed as it is only a perception of the nonexistent isn’t that results from the ego’s analysis/judgment.

Darkness does not exist. Literally and absolutely doesn’t exist. It is only the perceived relative nonexistence of light. “Poverty” is just another avatar of darkness. It is the ego’s perceived nonexistence of wealth. And nonexistence does not and cannot exist. People in darkness see darkness. And they are surely wont to see “poverty” rather than appreciate the light of wealth.

Light and wealth are observed and appreciated as they are real. Darkness and its avatar poverty can only be perceived as a result of the ego’s judgment (opinion or analysis). Do you get that wealth IS and is, therefore, positive? And that poverty is negative, the negation of wealth. Choose now. Positive or negative?  Abundance or struggle? Your future depends on it.

The only choice: appreciation, lightness, growth, success and joy. Or judgment, burden and struggle.  A choice that we face every moment. Choose now. And NOW. And again. The infinity of all that’s out there or the definity established by your opinions and analysis? Flow and abundance or judgment and limits?

 

 

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