Judging versus simply choosing in life

“Judgment will move you away from choice.

Now, some would say ‘but judgment moves us to choice. If we judge, move into a circumstance of existence where it is unknown, apply judgment, then you can move to choose.’ True.

But, dear friends, what would stop you from simply choosing?

When you move into a circumstance of existence where there is an unknown, where it is not know, not previously experienced, why not simply choose within that circumstance at that moment?

Judgment moves you away from choice until such time as you’ve justified it completely and then you’d choose. But when you do choose, you choose on the basis of judgment which is also the basis of fear. So then the choice that results from judgment is a choice irrevocably caught up with fear.”

– The Wonders


Excerpt from series 228: The Inter-Relationship Of Fear And Judgment


Why do we make others more important than ourselves?

“Why do people help others? Why do people put themselves after others?

Because others are more important.

If you think about it, That Which You Are Is That Which I Am, if there’s a void [in others] that you’re trying to fill, could it be that there’s a void in you?

And if there’s a void in you, That Which I Am, doesn’t it mean that there’s a void in others?

But if you’re full to overflowing, isn’t that what the others are?

So is it possible that by filling yourself to overflowing, you’ll start seeing the overflow in others?”

– The Wonders


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You fear knowing you are sufficient

“You exist in a perspective of insufficiency because you fear sufficiency. And because you fear sufficiency, you also don’t want to know about your insufficiency.

As a result, you would never establish communication from a perspective of sufficiency; only from a perspective of insufficiency.

And an individual who sees himself as sufficient would not establish a communication with yourselves for they themselves could not play the game that you’re looking to play. And it is a game, as we’ve suggested many times in previous sessions.”

– The Wonders


Excerpt from series 215: Learning To Communicate