Judging Anything

…The Impractical Side

Should you even ask?

When we look at anything or anyone and place upon it or them the label of “good” or “bad,” we fail to see the existence of what lies hidden beneath what we see and perceive as “real” with our physical eyes.

Further, we fail to see what it or they look like from another point of view and beyond that, we fail to see the potential for being the exact opposite for how we’ve judged it or them.

“Judge not that ye not be judged,” has an esoteric quality that has many of us believing that judging itself is “bad,” when it is simply impractical and we become trapped in its web.

Once we get in the habit of asking, “what else is possible” we’ve created a vastly expanded universe for ourselves.

What else is possible?

When we are caught in the maxim of “what you see is what you get,” it is time to see differently and it is relatively easy when we practice the processes that enable us to see things from a different point of view and begin to see possibility rather than impossibility.

We created The College of Believing Enough and the course Believing 101 as one means of helping people, as the course introduces the concept to believing enough from an ancient promise that if and when we believe ENOUGH, nothing will be impossible to US.

Those who complete the course should be able to see around the corners of fixed objects and see in the dark without technological aids because it is no longer “them” doing it; and that’s the point.

Consider this challenge from one who some people call the greatest teacher who ever lived: “You cannot add one inch to your height by worrying” others who are purported experts at translating from the original language insist that the intent is a metaphor and better interpreted as “You cannot add one hour to your life by thinking about it.”

Hmm…let me think about that.

Take your pick inches or minutes, the conscious part of the mind, which thinks, worries and judges has us focused on all sorts of things that distract us from possibilities – during an interview over the phone today, Brad Cullen said: “What people need to understand is that they’ve made the weakest link of the human mind, the conscious part, into God.

Publisher, Ryan Bruce, exclaimed “I hope you wrote that down somewhere.” The primary core of Believing 101 is to practice a very simple process over and over 1) Acknowledge that “I” can’t do the impossible; 2) Turn it over to the ONE who can and 3) decide to follow instructions.

This same “greatest teacher” is quoted as saying that you can enter eternal life or “the kingdom of heaven” NOW, in this moment, without dying ever, but not by trying to figure it out with the conscious part of the mind, which interferes with the process; it simply cannot be understood.





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