- Peter Abundant, Ph.D
- The True Meaning of "Only God Can Judge Me"
The True Meaning of "Only God Can Judge Me"
A Metaphysical Perspective
In life, we often come across the expression, "Only God can judge me." If you follow my teachings closely, you know that I often discuss the profound connection between consciousness and God, emphasizing that they are one and the same. But what does this mean in the context of judgment, God's omnipresence, and our conscious awareness? Let's delve into this concept from a metaphysical standpoint to gain a deeper understanding.
When we think about judgment, we typically associate it with religious beliefs – the idea of God watching over us, observing our every action, and passing judgment on our deeds. However, when we shift our perspective to a metaphysical viewpoint, we realize that it's not your consciousness passing judgment on you, but rather, it's about the outcomes and results of your actions.
Let's break it down further. When you set your sights on achieving something, you are consciously directing your focus and intent toward manifesting a particular outcome in your life. This intention is a crucial pillar of your spiritual journey. It's about actively pursuing a goal, whether in a passive or aggressive manner, depending on what resonates with you.
However, in this pursuit, there are certain steps you must take. You have to identify your target, acknowledge your current position in relation to that target, and consider various factors, such as your mindset, emotions, and external circumstances. These are the elements and aspects you need to align and balance in order to hit your target successfully.
Now, what happens when you miss the mark? In metaphysical terms, missing the mark is often referred to as "sinning." However, this isn't an opportunity for self-judgment or shame; it's a chance to make adjustments. Think of it as a course correction. If you veer too far to the left of your target, you must realign yourself and turn more to the right to get closer to your goal.
In essence, this process of self-correction and adjustment is not about moral judgment but about mindfulness. It's about using your consciousness to gauge how well you are aligning your thoughts, actions, and feelings with your desired outcome. It's like fine-tuning your aim to get closer to your target each time.
Now, let's return to the idea of God judging you. In metaphysical terms, when we talk about God looking down and passing judgment, we're actually referring to your consciousness. Your consciousness is always present, observing, and communicating with you. It's constantly providing feedback and guiding you towards what you need to do to create the life you desire.
So, when we mention God judging you, it's not about a divine entity grading your actions as good or bad. It's about making a conscious effort to learn from your mistakes, adjust your course, and become more mindful. Your consciousness, in essence, is your God – your guiding force in the journey of self-improvement and creation.
By understanding this concept, you can take ownership of your life and your power. You can make empowered choices and take intentional steps towards manifesting your dreams and finding fulfillment, happiness, and joy in your true self. Remember, the only God that truly judges you is the God within you – your consciousness. Embrace it, harness its power, and use it to shape the life you envision.
Continue to join me on this journey!
Peace and Abundance Always, Peter Abundant, Ph.D
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