Saints Transmissions: Saint Jude
Judge Not, or Judge Yourself
ST: I find myself judging others and I know what it feels like to land on the other end of judgement. How do we stop judging others when the media especially and morality of religion in particular judge constantly?
Saint Jude: Oh, what a prickly subject! Yes, you live in a world where judgement is passed in a blink of an eye. It's like you mentioned earlier to people passing judgement on a criminal, why don't you just burn him on the stakes in a public square. We know you didn't mean that literally, and your sarcasm unfortunately was missed in this situation. Remember that the blind can't see and the deaf can't hear and people who live in 3-D and plan on staying there, don't understand lofty spiritual concepts. They do know all about ego though.
Now we know that the ego promotes concept, illusion of separation. It does this by judging others. And when it judges others it feels superior and so the ego is gratified. You're right in that the media and religious institutions act irresponsibly, but this is not always the case. Sometimes the media shows the best in others, the highest ideal. Yes, this is still judgement, but at least it isn't negative. When you notice something in others that you admire, then you actually feel better about yourself. Why? Because you are one with that other. There is only ONE of US here so when you act negatively or when you notice someone else irritating you with negative behavior, look in the mirror.
When you step into the Higher Dimensions you leave all this pettiness and negativity behind. But you must make this choice, right? And by making the choice, you do your best not to judge others harshly. Walk away from those conversations, don't read those types of articles and refuse to engage in gossip. And don't let psyhic vampires and control freaks get you down. They have no power over you unless you allow it.
This is a short transmission. Remember that we love you.