An irresistible seduction 

sit be quiet

When you see things in others you don’t like and you judge them harshly it can feel totally justified. And, that self-righteous justification can become irresistible. So much so that we can imprison ourselves in negative karmic patterns of self-destructive choices. 

We Project onto others

What we don’t like about ourselves we tend to see it in others and don’t like it. We don’t want to see it in ourselves. So when we see it in others, we project dislike and fear out to them.

We judge them harshly in the ego’s self-righteousness. We blame others for our hurt, our worry, our confusion. And then we seek revenge. We despise other’s prejudices, their limited understanding, their hatred. And then we fight against them.

Challenge your fears

When you judge someone harshly, you think they are prejudice, crude, rotten, be conscious of asking yourself, “what is really happening?”  Become aware of the possibilities in the moment.

Challenge that judgement as something you may dislike about yourself. Recognize it as an opportunity to release fear and reach for harmony. Holding on to fear is self-defeating and creates painful consequences.

Fight to be one with harmony. Let yourself feel the tenderness of your heart and focus on that feeling. Breathe deeply and feel yourself in your body. Be in the moment without judgement, self-judgement or otherwise.

Choose Love. Make the Mental Contact with Universal Life Energy and visualize the temptation of fear and harsh judgement as a weed that you pull out by the roots from the subconscious and burn it with pure Light and Love of Universal Life Energy. 

Finding Love

When we see beauty, kindness, caring and love in others, we begin to see it in ourselves. And, we eventually see the beauty of ourselves in others!

 In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB


“We have harmony with us. We are not products of disharmony. The present condition of the World, finds an echo within us. We  should be as idealistic as possible.”

Eugene Fersen, Advanced Teachings of Science of Being, Volume I, page 109.

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