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Sitting in Judgment on Oneself

By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

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I continue to burrow down through the layers of my constructed self, preparatory to beginning work on a much larger stage (as will we all).

What I saw earlier today was that I saw myself as a judge sitting in judgment on myself.

And I hadn’t quite made up my mind as to whether I’m irreparably bad and should be scrapped or in reality a good person emerging from trying circumstances. Continue reading Sitting in Judgment on Oneself

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Free Yourself: Part 2 of 4 (Releasing the Burden of Judgment)

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By Lydia Dawn (Contributor for the Culture of Awareness), The Ambrosia Writings

To become truly free, is to live in a state of love and happiness.  The Dalai Lama aptly states, “Love is the absence of judgement”.  We weigh ourselves down greatly  placing value judgments not only on others, but on ourselves.

Many times, people judge another because they wish to feel superior.  Why do people do this?  I believe it is because they do not feel truly confident.  In this mindset, one tries to build a false sense of confidence by belittling others. Continue reading Free Yourself: Part 2 of 4 (Releasing the Burden of Judgment)

‘Not Just a Blonde’: Them: One; You: Two

By Ann, Not Just a Blonde, November 4, 2015

Here’s the thing, it is easy to see and to judge other people’s faults and wrongdoings. Super easy. So easy in fact we might assume that we are better than they are… you know, less “guilty”, “annoying” or “wrong”. When we look at ourselves we have a difficult time finding real fault… and even when we DO we make excuses and feel justified. Continue reading ‘Not Just a Blonde’: Them: One; You: Two

Creativity and Social Acceptance

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By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Whether or not we feel like we’re good at something, I think we should pursue it if it inspires us and lights our inner fire. We aren’t here to impress anybody – we’re here to elevate the collective vibration and have fun doing it.

All we have to do is believe in ourselves and our mission on this evolving planet to realize that we don’t necessarily have to be skilled at something to pursue it. We’ll want to hone our craft so we can use it to uplift and inspire others, however, and anything we want to pursue will require some work.

We can’t perfect something overnight, and even when it comes to things we have a natural talent for, we’ll want to consistently practice if we want to use them to help others. Continue reading Creativity and Social Acceptance