Judge not or you will be judged is a Biblical quote. If you chose to be born so you could fin the value or yourself and your life is true, which it is, then the only thing to judge is how you are handling what you chose to play with. WE never choose anything we didn’t want as a challenge and we never choose anything we can’t find the value of. Existence doesn’t make mistakes, we can’t be wrong. The worst we can do is silly and stupid, it’s silly to doubt ourselves and it’s stupid to continue habits that are negative and make us suffer. WE are unique there is only one person in this world like us. We created what we are just as we are as our spiritual challenge to see how long it would take us to realize and accept that we are O.K. just as we are. When I decide that I’m O.K. then I’ll see that you’re O.K. just as you are as well. Here is a Christmas comment I received from Kryon.
Black Sheep SantaIt’s the holiday season. This is supposed to be the happiest time of year, and if you read the newsletters of most of my colleagues, channelling friends, and other authors, they are packed with messages of joy, love, and good cheer. But let’s just call this season what it is… for many Light Workers, it’s often painful and frustrating!
This is where you get to do the once-a-year visit to certain relatives who know you are weird, or worse… you worship the devil! (in certain circles). You know I’m right. You can’t be yourself, and you often get indigestion at the main meal. You sit around the dinner table trying your best not to talk about “the metaphysical elephant under the table,” but with a little bit of wine, eventually some of the others start the inquisition.
Kryon has channelled about this very thing, and the advice is “See God in everyone. Be peaceful and not defensive.” Can I say that this is hard? It’s difficult!! But then this puts the “worker” in Light Worker, huh? Kryon goes on to say that this is the training ground for “compassionate action.” If you can do it with the relatives, you can do it with anyone!
So… go do it! Me, too. Smile at the chance to show them who you are instead of telling them. Be slow to anger, never defensive, and in love with a beautiful God who does not require anything but your awareness of your magnificence. They may never get it… but the kids are watching. They will. 🙂
Blessings to you,