“Judgment is a turning away from consciousness out of fear. Thus you are urged again and again not to judge.” COL bk.2, 19:II
Judging makes us unhappy, too. As a fearful reaction, it is nothing to be desired.
The New Testament was very clear about a non-judgmental attitude. Now we see the same in Choose Only Love. And the same in A Course of Love, where both fear and judgments were prohibited if we were to make progress toward Christ-consciousness.
We need full consciousness in our lives, and we cannot have this blessing if we have restricted our thinking and our feeling out of fear. Fear contracts the soul, and who would have that?
We often have to evaluate things in our lives, but evaluation is not the same as judgment. Judgment has a denunciatory aspect that evaluation does not. When we denounce another, we suffer in our attitude.
Keep our mind clear today of judgment.
We will know a release in daily life that has been denied us previously.