Monday, September 5, 2016

The Final Judgement Day

What if the final judgement day is just that, the day when we all finally stop judging?  I think that is when we will enter the gates of heaven and it will be right here on earth, while we are alive.  We don't need to die to find Nirvana.  Many of those among us who are living have gone there and come back to tell us the tale.  Jill Bolte Taylor, with her book, My Stroke of Insight and Anita Moorjani with her's, Dying To Be Me, have both already shown us the way.

When Jill found herself only in her right brain consciousness after suffering a massive blood clot in the left hemisphere of her brain, she experienced the euphoria of oneness.  She found herself totally immersed in the magnificence of the energy around her and became the life force power of the universe.  She said that her experience was beautiful, compassionate and loving.  And when Anita died from end stage cancer in 2006, she realized while in the depths of her near death experience that God was not a being, external to her, but a state of being that is a part of her.  She explained that the God-self is accessible to everyone of us, when we shift from judgement to compassion and understanding.

Anita went on to share her view of hardened criminals, saying that they are only acting out of their own pain and fear and that their actions are fully understandable from a compassionate, empathetic pint of view.  This perception let her drop judgement and fear.  She was also able to see that it was her fears that had created the choices in her life that resulted in her disease.  Releasing those fears and opening up to her God-self caused her disease to vanish.

All of this seems like a very good idea to me.  What do you say we try a little experiment in consciousness and explore the edges of human evolution.  Let's develop our right brain awareness and drop our judgement by reaching for understanding and see what happens.  It sure would be nice to step into heaven on earth and have that final judgement day.  I'm game.  How about you?

© Josephine Laing 2016

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