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Friday, April 2, 2010


Our judgements are the biggest stumbling blocks to satisfying relationships. We constantly judge what others say and how they behave. We live by our judgements, but how do we know they are justified? What right do we have to judge our fellow beings? We cannot know what is right for anyone other than ourselves.

Its not easy, but giving up judging is essential for inner peace. When we stop judging we become more tolerant. We see the things we used to judge differently, as opportunities to rise our vibration by thinking higher thoughts.

When you are tempted to judge another, remember that they are on the path which is right for them, and are where they need to be. Tell yourself to stop, drop the thought and replace it with an affirmation such as, 'I gladly and willingly accept... as it is/ they are.'

When we judge another, it says nothing about them but a great deal about us. Judging someone to be an idiot doesnt make them one, but it does expose you as a person who needs to be judge. Who would you be if you didnt have this need? How would your life be different?

As rain falls equally on the just and the unjust, do not burden your heart with judgements but rain your kindness equally on all.

The Buddha

Peace out.


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