My Spiritual Practice is Nonviolence

March 14, 2012

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It’s important to understand the difference between judgment and discernment. To judge is to decide that something is good or bad in its essence and if I believe that all is spiritual in nature, then there is nothing for me to judge. Every judgment I’ve ever had is a misperception. Without exception, every time I am in judgment I have temporarily lost sight of the truth and stepped into a place of fear and I am out of integrity with my divinity.

My spiritual practice is nonviolence. My teachers are Buddha, Jesus, King, Gandi and more.

The more my spiritual practice of nonviolence deepens the more quickly I feel the discord that judgment brings and I can drop it more easily because I don’t like feeling disharmonious. I’ve learned to smile at myself and I’m grateful for my commitment to my practice of nonviolence. My spiritual practice keeps me aligned with my divinity and that improves the quality of every minute of every day of my life. It also brings benefit to others. It’s a blessing to be a blessing.

Affirmation:

My spiritual practice is non judgment. I am devoted to my practice.

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