Judgment happens it’s natural, But! when we place people into boxes or categories this is just a projection of our own opinions and thoughts. We have emotions and we feel deeply about things and that is OK. The moment we lose control over our own emotions we lose control of over most situations. We aren’t here to condemn other people’s lives we are here to work on our own. We try so hard to control situations the moment we feel any type of emotion. Fear and love are woven from the same cloth. It’s all the same, they make us behave in forms we usually would not have (I’ve learned from my own experiences, otherwise I wouldn’t be sharing)
We feel so heavy as a collective because we have been so heavily programmed into normalizing being ungrateful and complaining. We create universal energy with each thought we transmit, it’s no wonder why so many people are pent up.
In the meantime we are missing out on the joy felt when we are grateful for even the bad things that happen in life. We can move towards balance/alignment we just need to work together to assist each other on our journey to transmuting the negative energy in our lives. When we help others it fulfills our own lives and gives us a sense of purpose.
We are all here to be mirrors to each other, we see each other’s good and bad behaviors, ways of thinking and even go so far as, looks. We recognize when people are different than us, ritualistically we tend to stick to people who are similar to us because we just mesh better.
I have challenged myself to a higher perspective. I want to spend more time with people who challenge me and are not as similar, as we learn a lot more from differences than we do similarities. I would much rather be exceptional than average.
Once we learn to criticize ourselves a little less and learn to fill those spaces with recognition and acknowledgment, we naturally develop how to have and hold compassion not only for ourselves but in turn others as well. We need to work from the inside out if we truly want to make a positive impact.
We need to get to a place where titles and belongings don’t matter. Job titles/positions, vehicles, houses, pets, family and our own children never belonged to us. We should be so full from our own lives and the love we hold that those things do not define who we are. Because even our own legs we can lose, will you chose to give up on yourself then? We really need to stop once in a while and create space for gratefulness and love.
“The world is a great mirror. It reflects back to you what you are. If you are loving, if you are friendly, if you are helpful, the world will prove loving and friendly and helpful to you. The world is what you are.” – Thomas Dreier, American Editor (1884 – 1976)