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The Story of Bj Corp is still under construction. Please bear with Calvin a little longer. Thank you
Meanwhile: Please Read This Article By Enoch Tan of Mindreality.com
Posted by Enoch Tan
Judgment is the means by which we declare what something is or isn’t. To judge is to discern and to define. It is a fallacy that we should have a non judgmental attitude about all things. The truth is that we are always judging because perception is judgment. There can be no perception without a structure by which perception takes place with. In order to understand anything, we have to define it and therefore judge it to be this and not that. Judgment occurs all the time whether consciously or unconsciously.
When we say something is better, we are saying everything else is not as good. Judgment is necessary to do things better. If we shouldn’t judge, then there would be no means to improve things. Chaos would be everywhere as there would be no order by which things are governed. The universe itself has a judgment program and if we align our judgment with it, we are able to judge things correctly. Judging in alignment with the universe is what it truly means by observing what is. It is non-judgment judgment.
Without judgment, our lungs would not be able to breathe because they couldn’t perceive the difference between air and not air. Without judgment, we cannot know what is hotter or colder, heavier or lighter, brighter or darker. Therefore judgment is the nature of the universe and consciousness itself. Even judgment of better or worse is an aspect of consciousness. Things of higher vibration and higher order are part of the universal judgment program. The universe judges and therefore we should judge as well.
Judgment is necessary for improving ourselves. It is also the means for evolution of consciousness. If there was no judgment, there would be no need to advance because there is no difference between one level and the next. When we think there is better, then it means here is not as good. This is how we are motivated to move from one place to another. Judgment creates a duality. Perfect judgment is to accept both sides of the duality and move in the direction you choose. See both separation and unity.
When you say you shouldn’t judge or it is not good to judge, you are making a judgment on judgment. You cannot escape the fact that you are always judging. Judging is a natural thing to do and it is the way of the universe. A should or a shouldn’t is a judgment. Therefore since you cannot stop judging, you might as well judge in ways that are empowering and useful for you. The right thing to do is not to stop judging when your judgment is bad but to improve it. Learn to judge better and you will create better.
When you decide your priorities, everything else becomes less of a priority. Judging something as more important judges another thing as less important. You have to say no in order to be more directed towards what you say yes to. Saying no is resisting. You are resisting what you do not allow. The things you do not desire will not come to you when you do not allow them to. What you resist will only persist if you only resist and not flow in the direction you wish, so that what you resist slides off or reverses.
Saying no allows us to close all other doors of lesser relevance so that we can focus on the ones we’re meant to enter. Do not think that you are making your intentions worse by setting more limits on what you would accept. Because when you are more clear and defined about what you want, the universe will be more clear and defined about what it gives to you. Limiting yourself from what you desire less of liberates you towards what you desire more of. You set better intentions when you choose better.
By being willing to make more judgments and have more defined intentions, you are expressing your God-given powers of total choice and unlimited power of creating exactly what you want. Watch yourself getting more of what you want when you dare to be more choosy of what you want. When you are more fussy and choosy about things, you would also be more driven to keep moving to where you wish to be when you’re not satisfied with where you are. Not resisting your resistance frees you to act.
True non resistance is to flow with divinely directed resistance that arises naturally within from our higher selves. We need to learn to say no without shame or guilt. The more we say no, the more we are aligned with what we want to say yes to. As we create a life that is full of judgment about what is our path and what isn’t, there is no longer a problem with saying no. We deny other experiences because we have embraced our purpose. We say no to the good and the great so that we can go for the best.
Another great fallacy of our attitude towards judgment is not wanting to be arrogant, proud or boastful. How can we declare our qualities, strengths and excellence when we judge self praise in a negative way? It is those that do not allow others to speak of their own achievements who are truly arrogant, proud and boastful, because they look down on others who do so. Such is false humility. True humility is when you allow yourself and everyone to speak highly of themselves because all are praiseworthy.
The fear of arrogance implies that we cannot acknowledge a difference between ourselves and others. The truth is that as we develop in ability and awareness we will notice vast and massive differences between ourselves and others. The freedom to judge what we have as better or worse than others is how we can improve what we have or help them improve what they have. It is through the act of comparison by which we are able to help ourselves and others to evolve and refine things to much better states.
Judgment enables us to create better models of knowledge and better organization of information. Judgment enables us to form better definitions of things. This is what evolution of knowledge is for. Judgment is how we become better than who we are. Judgment is the universal program therefore the key is not to stop judging but to refine your judgment to become more perfect. Things can be better when you perceive it that way. Whenever you want to think how something can be better, you need to judge.