February 28, 2012

Recognizing Truth.


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


How is recognizing "truth" not being judgmental?


Since you put truth in quotes, I wonder if this question does not arise from a disagreement where someone said something unkind to you and tried to justify it as recognizing the truth. I can’t help you there, but I will say that actually recognizing the truth is not a judgmental act at all. Simply acknowledging what your present experience is does not require assigning blame or judgment in any way.


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  1. jjshphrd

    There is truth here!

  2. Annette

    The Truth as is known to does not reside with judgement. Turth is Love and where there is love there can be no opposition.

  3. Judy Banks

    In truth there is sincerity. Being judgmental is the act of harshly aligning your self with what you perceive to be the truth and viewing those that do not agree with you in a harsh or cautious approach. Recognizing truth is pure and open-hearted; it is a factual acceptance of what is perceived to be real in a doubtful world. In a world where there is so much pain, embracing sincerity without condemning those whose lives are touched by this truth will never be perceived as judgmental.

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