Archive for the ‘Judgment’ Category

Catch, Release and Replace

October 26, 2020 | COMMENTS
Are you ready and willing to have a more miraculous life starting now? Yesterday, in Sundays With Spirit I was sharing a spiritual practice that I call “Catch, Release and Replace.” If you think of what some fishers do -... Read More

Changing Everything

October 25, 2020 | COMMENTS
I can remember so many years, heading into the winter solstice, with the days getting consistently shorter, my birthday, the holidays and the winter itself, would bring a certain kind of feeling similar to PTSD, for what I’d experienced in... Read More

No More Tolerating Hate Speech

October 16, 2020 | COMMENTS
Yesterday, I saw a headline that startled me and so I posted the link to the article with the picture And I asked this question: "I'm curious, do you think she would feel like HER workplace was hostile if someone... Read More

Cultivating My Neutral Mind

October 14, 2020 | COMMENTS
When we place our faith in anything other than God’s Love for us, we’ll be upset. That’s how life works. It’s so tempting to put our trust into our own ability to judge what’s happening in the world as good... Read More


September 30, 2020 | COMMENTS
Last night I was texting with friends about the Presidential debate. I had decided not to watch it - I don’t have a TV anyway, but I could have watched it live-streamed on the web if I’d wished to. I... Read More

Without Weapons

August 8, 2020 | COMMENTS
There’s a time when being right can be so wrong and I’ve been there many times.  I’ve wasted so much of my time, and energy, my precious life-force, arguing with someone about nothing because I needed to be right because... Read More

Perceptions Sometimes Aren’t Helpful

August 7, 2020 | COMMENTS
It’s interesting to notice what we notice.It can be fascinating to view how we view. In New Jersey they don’t have self-serve gas, the attendant pumps the gas for you. In Maine, at some stations there’s no self-serve and I... Read More

No Comparison

July 3, 2020 | COMMENTS
When I lived in West Hollywood, I took yoga classes with models and movie stars. The competition for the title of "the most beautiful woman in the room" was intense. The more beautiful women there were, the more insecure women... Read More

Judger Always Feels Judged

May 15, 2020 | COMMENTS
I've realized that within minutes of judging someone I'll have a judgment about myself. Every judgment, every projection is like a boomerang that comes back and hits me in the head with force. I've learned to be grateful for this... Read More

Friends with Coronavirus

March 20, 2020 | COMMENTS
I have a friend whose husband who came down with a bad case of the flu. When things got REALLY bad, he took his beloved to the hospital where he was diagnosed with pneumonia and tested for Covid-19. A couple... Read More

Amazing But True!

September 12, 2019 | COMMENTS
Life astounds me sometimes! One of the things I’ve learned is that when things don’t go as planned, I’m not bothered by it UNLESS I judge it - and that is always my decision. I can choose the option. The... Read More