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Judgment, Projection, & Blame are Vital Tools for Enhancing Consciousness

All humans do both; we blame, judge, and project our judgments out. It’s just what people do. And because it’s what people do, I am prompted to seek the function or role of these, often seen as negative, acts for how it is they may actually serve FOR us; I’ve come to see that both judgment and projection play vital roles in the consciousness process

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Shaming ourselves does not stop negative behavior

The more we shame ourselves for something we do that we feel is not healthy, the more we will feel powerless to stop it. Powerlessness is the worst feeling imaginable. It’s easier to deny the issue altogether than to feel so at its mercy. And that is usually exactly what we do next. After judging an addictive pattern, for instance as hopeless, we will swing

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Seeing Our Inner Darkness

Doing the work of mental and emotional clearing can be like bringing sunlight into a dark room in our psyches where the thick damask curtains of denial have been tightly drawn for decades. The thick layer of dust and grime, of lies and self-deceit, can not be seen as long as the curtains remain closed. The light of consciousness illuminates these dark nooks and crannies

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Our Behavior Is Not An Accurate Determiner of Who We Are.

This story we’re living out – this identity we mistakenly call “me” – doesn’t determine the true nature of who we are, nor determine “what we’re really like” …. This self consists of an accumulation of beliefs about ourselves – not who we really are “beneath the facade “ … these are just stories that tell us what we believe. When we remember that how

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Judgment to Projection back to Self-recrimination

Yes, we are learning to follow our external judgmental projections in to where that, which we’ve judged negatively in others, lives in us. When we judge someone as controlling, the principle teaches that we are seeing our own controlling nature “out there”. But, it’s not about turning the judgment ON ourselves. That doesn’t heal anything! To catch myself hating something about someone else and then

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