Judgement is pervasive, sneaky and infiltrates every aspect of my thinking.
It separates me from God’s will, my truth and other humans.
Just when I think I am not in judgement of myself, it pops up in another form or area of my life.
If I do not remain present and aligned with my spirit, I constantly find myself judging my thoughts, feelings and experience.
Judgement will say:
I shouldn’t have done this.
I shouldn’t feel this way.
I shouldn’t think these thoughts.
I should be farther along than I am.
I made yet another mistake.
I don’t have enough.
I’m not enough.
When in truth there is no should or shouldn’t. There is no right or wrong.
There are no mistakes in God’s world.
That includes anything I say, think or do.
I am not supposed to see the whole picture, the end result, the intricacies of this divine plan.
I need to be where I am to get to where I am going.
I can’t build a skyscraper without the first brick.
God says I am enough, worthy, beautiful, perfect and right where I am supposed to be.
Nothing I could do could ever be wrong.
I have turned absolutely everything over to this power I do not understand yet experience every day.
My only concern is, have I loved those right in front of me the best I could?
If I’ve done that, my soul can rest peacefully.