What is a non judgemental way of living. How many times a day do we actually judge what we are doing, what we ought to be doing and how we should act. Is it affecting our mental state, how we feel and the way we move around.
Life constantly gives us different encounters and situations where we have numerous possibilities to act. An infinite amount of possibilities in every moment. How many times do we judge if it is bad or good before we make a decision. With what mindset are we moving forward. Do you wish it was different, someone acting differently or that the situation was rigged in your favour. Well, if you do you're looking at it from a place of preference. There is no way of controlling the events and the attempt to do so will keep you struggling from a limited point of view. What if whatever was happening was just a happening, not good or bad. How would you receive that moment, that situation, that encounter - if you didn’t judge it, didn’t try to change it and let yourself flow with it.
When we resist a situation, stand opposed to it we get tense, we close up. We get narrow minded and directional. We harden and whatever solid in a collision often break. We also rule a lot of possibilities out. If we didn’t judge the chain of events what would it mean. If we didn’t wish we were somewhere else, no preferences, no judgement - the situation becomes just a happening. It would also enable us to wake up to that moment, be fully present and see what's usually hidden to the eye that’s looking for specific details. We would see past preferences, find the treasures and grab them.
Now, I know writing this is easy but acting it out is harder. And I agree, it is. But it just hit me that whatever I’ve been doing the last couple of weeks has been flowing with whatever came up. Whether that's a moment for me to step up and help out, or a situation that enables me time to write this. I see that it’s all been in my favour. Even when I couldn’t see it at the time and the judgemental scale was on my shoulders, saying yes to it and flowing with it has made me more adaptable and openminded. It’s even been more clear to me that the things I once chased was based on a bunch of right and wrong doings. So what I’ve been practicing now is being present with my intuition guiding me. That has meant turning down a lot of opportunities to do the things that once were very appealing to me, but for the wrong reasons.
Having my intuition guide me has been a way for me to connect to my core. Whatever I choose to do now I do it fully, with my whole being. That has also made me more vulnerable so therefore listening and tuning in to my intuition whilst being fully present has been more a game of trust than anything else. I have to trust the present moment like water adapting to whatever appears in the stream of flow and be awake enough to collect the treasures along the way. How interesting all of our happenings are when we're open to experience them all. When we’re moving with life, and not with just a thought of where we ought to be. When we let go of the illusion of right and wrong that we've spent a lifetime building, that’s been guiding us. It is the key to being present. To being here fully. It’s the art of having that moment that lasts forever, that’s not based on destinations.
I’m leaning into it and inviting you o join me. Let it be a reminder that the key out is within. It’s in our soul. It’s our natural state of being. When we're present in a non judgemental way, allowing what is, we see the treasures hidden. Not tomorrow, not when we've done this or that. The time is now. The place is here. We are safe. We are loved. We have everything we need.
My events and happenings are not more glamours than yours, they are magical - just like yours. Close your eyes, can you see it.