On judgment

“You have no idea of the tremendous release and deep peace that comes from meeting yourself and your brothers totally without judgment. When you recognize what you are and what your brothers are, you will realize that judging them in any way is without meaning. In fact, their meaning is lost to you precisely because you are judging them. All uncertainty comes from the belief that you are under the coercion of judgment. You do not need judgment to organize your life, and you certainly do not need it to organize yourself. In the presence of knowledge all judgment is automatically suspended, and this is the process that enables recognition to replace perception.” (ACIM text pg 47)

Only the relativist judges a brother through perception aka by brother’s body or actions. The Absolutist recognizes what really one is, and what one’s brothers really are.

Judgment is a form of seriousness that is conducive to reincarnating unwanted patterns. The Son of God forgets to laugh when he judges, and reincarnates for himself the same judgmental point of view and all of its effects.

To laugh with self and brothers vs judge self and brothers is to release the mind from the chains of seriousness.

Of the Absolute, those chains of judgment and laughter needed to break them never were.


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