I have come today to assist you in rectifying your own heart and mind.
In the past, you have many times judged your own actions, as well as that of others, as “good” or “evil.” Whether you actually utilized these terms in your mind is immaterial. The outcome remains the same.
And as I have discussed with you, certainly it is important to recognize the relative amounts of light expressed by a thought, action or situation, and indeed it can be a very valuable catalyst for your growth and development.
However, once the growth has been triggered, it is time to assist yourself by loosening the hold that judgment has upon you.
For instance, if I had hit my thumb with a hammer accidentally, I would have a powerful catalyst for taking more caution in the future. In fact, it’s imperative for my self-growth, otherwise my trust for myself becomes impaired.
But once I have recognized the need for caution, no further catalyst is required, and it would behoove me to accept the experience as a catalyst for growth rather than to continue berating myself for the original lack of caution, i.e. “beating myself up.” (As if the first method of self-injury had not been enough!)
This is more than unnecessary, it is a negative occurrence, in which many of you indulge regularly, and it is time to let this pattern go, so you may live in Truth, not neglect or self-abandonment. Heaven on Earth does not have a place for such activities.
When I tell you something is lacking in light, it does not mean it is awful.
It means it is a catalyst for expressing more Light, for recognizing that more Light is required in order to create and maintain Heaven on Earth. Once you have recognized this, you can truthfully affirm “I have learnt such-and-such,” or “I am practicing or developing my skills at such-and-such.”
Similarly, when you recognize a need for the expression of greater light in the actions of another, or in a situation, simply affirm what the being is ultimately seeking to develop, if this seems clear to you; acknowledge respectfully to yourself that the person is engaged in a learning process, as we all are; and consider what you might be asking yourself to learn in response to his or her action, particularly if you find yourself responding through negative emotions.
Also, when a situation appears to be expressing a low level of light, consider what kind of a catalyst it may be for those involved, and what positives it might be a catalyst for for you to grow in yourself.
This will help to accelerate the process, and dissuade you from “task-tasking” over the affair, as so often occurs, and which only further decreases the amount of Light expression involved. You don’t make yourself “right” or “good” by proving the “wrong” or “evil” of another being’s actions, or of a turn of events in your world.
If this course of action seems improbable to you, simply consider this:
“Will I do better by complaining about something or by developing my own ability to shine my own Light more clearly and take appropriate action based upon this Light’s requirements?”
Then let all flow as it will.
If you desire assistance releasing judgment, first recognize it as part and parcel of your own search for Truth, rather than “negativizing” it further, and invite your angels to help here. They can assist you greatly, in the timing and manner most appropriate for you. In the meantime, simply ease up on the topic as best you can, and recognize yourself as a pure expression of Divine Light in development, and trust your own growth process.
I would also like to tell you that the day will come when it is very easy to let such judgments go. Think of this as “Non-Judgment Day,” if you like, and know that there are many powerful forces, including your own Higher Will, working in concert to prepare the way for this time, which some have referred to as the Peace of a Million Years of Dreaming.
Excerpted with permission from The Third Mary: 55 Messages for Empowering Truth, Peace & Grace from the Mother of Mary Magdalene, copyright 2014 Roslyn McGrath. All rights reserved.