The Dangers of Hoping for a Messiah

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Discernment is a severely lacking asset in many people, without it, they can be lead astray with the slightest winds of change; it is of the heart and connected to the concept of purity. Discernment does not give the benefit of the doubt because it is highly conscious and sees things for how they really are, rather than just hoping for relief from how things really are. Judgment, on the other hand, is not about […] Read more »

Discernment vs. Judgment EFT Tapping Session

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What is the difference between ‘discernment’ and ‘judgment’? Many people fail to exercise good discernment for a fear of being critical or judgmental, and because they do not know the difference between the two. Tap along with Nathan to experience relief from this dilemma. Music Track: “Lonely Road” by Alkalineer Read more »

Judgment vs. Discernment

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Q: What is the difference between Judgment and discernment? A:  I think that with judgment, there is a resistance to seeing the whole picture. It’s a reaction from a limited point of view… Discernment is open to more points of view, and is a response from having received all available data… The same line or boundary can be drawn, but discernment is responsive whereas judgement is reactive… When something is taken just at face value, […] Read more »

Approval and Judgment

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In everything you do, try asking yourself, “do I do this because I crave approval, or because I AM approved of already?” Then ask, “why am I acting this way for approval? Which parent or authority figure from my childhood am I attempting to prove myself to? Why do I keep entering the court of judgment for this approval?” The outside-in action based reality is all about seeking successful results from actions for external approval, […] Read more »

Judging Judgment

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"If you would like to quit judging others to experience a harmonious life, then you must first stop judging it. Yes, you must clear your judgment of judgment in order to witness all of your other judgments, to finally leave the trap of judgment. Anything else is just an ego workaround (self-deception) that pretends to have stopped judging." ~Nathan Martin & Aline Van Meer Read more »