Judgement Vs Discernment
#JUDGEMENT is the energy that wants to either blame or disempower the light in another to make oneself feel like a victim or to feel superior, while#DISCERNMENT is an unconditionally loving energy that sheds light on to every situation, by not only understanding one's own feelings but also the intentions & feelings of others, thus giving us the wisdom to make things right as it empowers everyone involved through the lessons learnt.
~ Anjali Lavania ~
I have been thinking about the difference between#judgementvsdiscernment - coz there are times when you mean well and give selflessly but the other person doesn't treat you the right way - then are you judging the other person because they are not treating you the right way? I mean what else is it if not judgement ? But then on the other hand - Are we supposed to not acknowledge the uncomfortable sad #feelings within us becoz we feel guilty of judging someone else? Or are we supposed to blame and hate? What are we supposed to do with this feeling of discomfort that arises within us ?
One of the huge lessons I have learnt is that there is a big difference between judgement from our #ego and #DISCERNMENT from our wise and loving #higherself.....
1, The difference being that with judgement you don't believe in the goodness the exists within the other person and you only believe that you are right and he/she is wrong .....but with discernment you see the same situation from a higher perspective to understand that there is no right or wrong way - there is only the unconditionally loving divine way in the bigger picture, as every situation whether good or bad is created to teach you something .
THE KEY IS TO PUT YOURSELF IN EVERYONES SHOES AND BECOME ALL THE PEOPLE INVOLVED TO REALLY UNDERSTAND THEIR PERSPECTIVE AND MAKE THINGS RIGHT TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY - this is true #unityconsciousness
2, So the first step is to go within and really identify what is bothering you and then figure why the other person did what they did and then embrace your sadness instead of distracting yourself from it and this gives you an all inclusive picture where you accept your feelings and also understand the other person and realize how its helping everyone involved grow- to finally be able to #LETGO !
3, So if you didn't understand what was done wrong to you out of fear that you are being judgemental or out of fear that it will make you feel sad or make you realize your mistakes- then you are in denial! You wont be able to identify the nagging feeling within your body that is screaming out to be understood, embraced, healed and finally released.
4, The other person might not be ready to understand this wisdom and in that case you should let go lovingly and let the universe guide him/her as your #intentions matter more than words. It is important to love yourself too and not accept bad behaviour or fair weathered friends.
Love light and Blessings Anjali