A friend and I regularly meet for coffee, and what can start out as a catch-up often turns into the most amazing conversation. We can go from how are you? how was your weekend? what's new? to finding ourselves in unexpected territory with some great insights. The latest came from talking about life paths, and the importance—and challenge—of staying out of judgement of those whose life paths don't match our own.
We all know that each one of us is on our own journey, and that wherever we are and whatever choices we make are all part of our learning. That it's not for us to know where anyone else is on their journey—after all, they may be far more advanced souls than they would appear to be. If we have access to only limited information about Who We Truly Are and our own Soul's journey in this lifetime, how can we expect to know any more about the journey of another? And, therefore, who are we to judge? Judgement—so much a part of the world of polarity (right/wrong, good/bad etc)—is a very 3D pastime, a game which used to be such fun to play. Not any more.
So, how to stop? This was the question we got to in our conversation, and I heard the words 'Go Higher'... Go Higher than your human-ness, Go Higher than the little you know and Go Higher than judgement, into Love for yourself and the other person.
Anyone for coffee?