Judge Not Today

Judge not today.
Judgement creates turbulence in our mind; and when there is turbulence in our mind then it interferes with the creativity of our soul.
Creativity and judgement don’t go together.
Judgement also means letting go of the need to clasify things, to call them either right or wrong, to label, to define, to describe, to evaluate, to analyse.
Let go today.
Judge not today.
Today I will practice non judgement.
Consider what happens when you judge someone — it makes another person wrong. Someone else’s wrong to feel in a certain way, to look a certain way, to hold certain opinions.
Judgement immediately creates separation.
Any person who’s wrong then becomes ‘them’.
The need to judge arises for the need to be isolated. This is the ego’s form of defence.
But at the same time you are pulling away from your true self. The same walls that keep other people away also shut off the flow of spirit.
When you learn not to judge, you are basically saying, “I’m willing to let anything in without deciding first whether it is good or bad.”
In the practice of openness, you will be inviting your soul to be intimate with you.
So, put your intention in your heart right now and just repeat to yourself:
Today, I will judge nothing that occurs.
And by letting go of my judgments today, I will experience silence in my mind.
By shedding the burden of judgement today, I will experience silence in my mind.
And in this silence, I will find the ecstatic impulse which is also the evolutionary impulse of the universe; and I will align myself with the ecstatic evolutionary impulse of the universe by letting go of all my judgements.
Today, I will not classify;
I will not label;
I will not define;
I will not describe;
I will not evaluate;
I will not analyse.
Today I will shed the burden of judgement.

— Deepak Chopra

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