How do you respond to someone who says that you are not ‘spiritual’ because you don’t do what they want, they disagree with your opinions, or they are critical of where you are on your spiritual path? The short answer is that your spiritual path is none of their business (it’s true).
The amount of darkness, density, corruption, and criminality that is being exposed in the halls of government, film, music, in the US and internationally, is simply astounding. While it has been going on for a long time, the entire house of cards has come crashing down.
Celebrate the fact that you are alive. You didn't have to be here upon the earth. You didn't have to stay. You chose life and you chose this school called earth. You bravely chose to embark upon a miraculous journey of learning about the depth and breadth of the love from which you are made.
Life has a delicate beauty that is often lost in the perceptions of the world around you.When you look at Life, do you see beauty?Do you see the potential of beauty within any experience or any choice?
Many questions do not bear a Yes or No answer. In terms of the relative world, the true answer to many questions would be: “It depends.” That is how it is in the relative world. Some of the laws of the land leave no leeway. There are no exceptions. There is no room left for heart to enter.
We’ve gone through lots of changes and intensity, guiding us gently or kicking and screaming to our destiny; that of living our Soul’s Plan and in the higher dimensions of Love (Who we are) and Unity (who we are together). There is no duality in this space.
You’ve been on this path of knowledge for a very long time. You’ve studied the best self-help books, taken the workshops and followed all the inspirational teachers. You’ve learned that you are in complete management of how you design your life. Then why do you continue to find yourself judging others? (Yes, that teeny-tiny voice is still there whispering.) So why does that continue to come up in your life when you thought you had gotten beyond all that?
I haven’t watched much TV in the past two years and I have noticed a trend towards criticising other people’s efforts as a form of entertainment. It’s likely always been like this, I just happen to be more aware of it.
I've decided that I have to stop confusing the simple act of observation with negativity. Some people, in an effort to not "put any negative energy into the space," refuse to say anything about anybody or anything that could be construed as being negative in any way. And if anyone else says anything about any person, place, or thing that is not wholly positive, many people will criticize the speaker for "spreading negative energy."
Hello Bright Star friends! I hope this finds you well. I recently received a powerful teaching in my own life and I thought to share it with you. Since I have become more in the public eye with the two group pages that I have on Facebook, I have also gotten more criticism and judgment from the outside world. For some reason many so-called “spiritual” people feel a need to tell me exactly what they perceive that I am doing incorrectly which in many cases has caused me to feel defeated, hurt and irritated.
My dear friends, we love you so very much. Do not judge a book by its cover dear ones, and never judge the soul you see in front of you based on his or her circumstances, appearance, or demeanor. For you never truly know a person unless you have walked in their shoes, or listened to their life's story.
I hope this finds you well and happy. Today the topic at hand is judgment of others and being with what is. I have found that many people when dealing with another person that is in distress, especially of an emotional nature are quick to try to “cheer them up” or somehow shift them out of it. What is the reason for this?