September 3, 2016

Judgement Call.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


Hello, I am a 23-year-old woman who has just discovered your book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.  Just moments ago I finished the first chapter concerning the first law, that of pure potentiality.  I found myself agreeing with many points you made, however, I have one question that is grating on me to such a degree that I found myself unable to read any further without receiving an answer to it.

My question has to do with non-judgment.  While I realize that judging can serve as a way to keep oneself from looking inward and dealing with personal issues, I also believe that judgment is essential in certain forms.  If I am to spend a whole day in non-judgment, what happens if someone does something horrible to my child during that day?  Am I to refrain from judging the act as being evil, when it clearly is an evil thing?  I understand that it does little good to constantly judge others or situations, but in this case, I believe I would be remiss as a parent in not making a judgment call that could possibly save my child from additional harm in the future. What do you think?


I think we are in agreement. The difference lies only in the vagueness of the word ‘judgment.’ It only makes sense that we continue to exercise discernment and make practical decisions for ourself and for our family. That kind of judgement is not the judgement I am talking about here. I am referring to the ego’s need to put its stamp of good and bad on events in order to feel like it is in control.



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