Lately, I have been guided to practice deeper non-judgement.
Quieting the mind — the masculine and feminine hemispheres of the brain — finding peace in the balance of no reaction, is easier said than done.
In Steve’s post, “From Field of Dreams to River of Molasses” at the bottom, in Footnote (1) is the YouTube below about 9/11:
In the early morning of December 21st, Winter Solstice, I watched this video consciously practicing non-judgement.
About half way through, I felt my body shift to sending waves of Love. . . to the beings and situations in the YouTube, the ones behind the scenes. . .
Recently, Ken, an attendee of the Sending Love Zooms, sent along this post about ‘no reaction,’ Dismantling Your Inner Critic:
“You catch it [the thought].
“You acknowledge it. . .
“And you consciously refrain from falling into an emotional reaction to it.
“Simple awareness and recognition. . .
“If you feel yourself standing up strong inside yourself. . . just kind of stare it down without any emotional or mental reaction.
“When you just see it for what it is, it will go silent.”
Thank you, Ken.
And in Tom’s latest message, Yahweh: I Do Not Hold Any Expectations, through Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love, was this:
“I also wish to remind you, my precious son of the Infinite Love of your Father, that I Am always available to you and to work in seen and unseen ways, ways that perhaps are unknowable to humans.
“I do not hold any expectations.
“That is a human creation and as you know, one that has created a great deal of havoc, misunderstanding, hatred, greed, abuse.
“But having no expectations does not mean that I do not have a full comprehension, admiration, honor and respect not only for Who You Are, but for what you do and what you do in the many facets of your life, and that you do continue on in this shifting of the human family into a greater realization of their potential.
“Yes, as father, you are wise. And you are stalwart and there have been many times when you have simply stood back, as I do, and observed what you know is a misstep. And this has been in balance with the times when you have also extended your heart, your voice, your arms, your energy to say how about over here?”
Thank you, Tom.
Non-judgement, no reaction, no expectations. . .
As the Observer in the stillness, the deep peace, we hold the highest vision and allow everyone to create their way Home.
There is no failure.
Thank you, Yahweh.