Letting Go with Guy Finley

Judging yourself, or others… seems to prove the presence of an innocent “you” — someone superior to the inferior character now being condemned. But reproving yourself, or others… is actually the avoidance of seeing yourself as you are in that moment; this order of disapproval serves a dark and divided level of self, one whose unseen purpose is to create the illusion of there being a difference between the judge, and the judged. There is not; they are one and the same… which explains, in part, the timeless teaching, “Judge not that ye be not judged.”

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