Friday, January 20, 2017

As The World Becomes More Crazy

The world is becoming more crazy, engendering great fear, each day. Many people want to "separate" themselves from the chaos, bury their head in the sand, blame others for being racists or messing up their life. When you feel led to, it is important to speak up as change --- or recognition of what is true --- will not happen without that. But it must be done from a space of compassion, not judgment.

Have you ever judged anyone? Have you ever judged yourself? Rhetorical questions as I already know the answer for each person reading this. When you judge, you are contributing to the appearance of the world today (this is not meant for you to further judge yourself about doing this). For we are not separate. We have chosen, and we are choosing each moment, what our path is individually and collectively. When you judge others as "bad" because they are evil or greedy or racist or destroying the environment or whatever, you are contributing to the belief in separation.

When you come from a place of compassion and you discern, not judge, that someone's actions or words do not align with the Kingdom, loving them as a part of you and of God, you are fulfilling your part in salvation and bringing Truth and Light to the surface. We are all in this together. No one goes to Heaven alone.

Lawrence Doochin

These posts are similar to the over 2500 contained on The Divine Speaks website (www.thedivinespeaks.com) where God gives YOU the one that you need to hear at that time. Lawrence is the author of three books on emotional and spiritual healing, including "Thirteen Steps To Move From Victim Consciousness To God Consciousness: Healing Traumatic Experiences Including Sexual, Physical, Emotional, And Mental Abuse."

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