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"I don't judge people. I accept every one for who they are."
Ah yes, doesn't this sound lovely? It's what I believe about myself you know. I don't judge people. If I honestly think about it, I should rather be saying, I am not judgmental. Not in the way that I believe I am always right and anyone not thinking in the same way as me, is just wrong. I understand that everyone has their life story, their experiences that forms their outlook on life, and you never know everything about someone's history or what goes on inside of their heads.
However, if I really think about it, I actually am judging all the time.
By judging I mean, having an opinion about something, comparing it, describing it, thinking something ABOUT it. It happens in an instant!
So how would it really feel to be FREE from all of these thoughts?
Is it even possible?
... and could it be true, that once we form an opinion about anything at all, we are creating "separation" instead of "oneness?"
I decided to experiment with this and experience what it would be like to have a free mind!
Everything that is information or is a description of any kind, is filling my mind. If I call something beautiful, well the question is, beautiful compared to what? If I say something is big or small, well ... big or small compared to what? I must be comparing it to something to come to this conclusion right?
So I started to experiment, by freezing any descriptive thought that came up in my mind right in it's tracks, whenever I looked at anything. I then replaced it immediately with a neutral comment.
This is not about thinking in a positive way, or a negative way. It's about being free in your mind, being open to experiencing people and things just as they are, and then noticing what happens with this extra created space in your mind.
The first practice round is noticing what you think when you look in the mirror. Usually a thought, or many thoughts, may come up immediately. You may be aware of it or it may take some time to become aware of what you are really thinking or saying to yourself.
It could be positive. Maybe you think that your skin looks good today, your eyes are bright, your hair is looking good, your body shape, whatever.
In a negative sense, maybe you are frowning at the appearance reflecting back at you. You may be complaining about the dark rings under your eyes, that your skin is looking horrible, the wrinkles are too much, that you are looking old, fat, all the other thoughts that that bring you down.
Forget ALL of it!
All you have to do now, just as an experiment, is look in the mirror, and say the same sentence every time, "This is me".
All other thoughts are cleared out the way, delete, ignore, pay no attention to them. All you think and say is, "This is me". Nothing more, nothing less.
Try it! Try it for at least one day. If you can, keep it up for three days.
Notice how you feel, notice what happens.
Just to give an idea about the other thoughts and information that are clogging up our minds, here are some more ways you can begin to experience a free mind.
However you are feeling, instead of describing how you are feeling, just feel. Feel the energy, how it moves through your body and what it does.
Don't give it a name during this experiment. Be open to experience it fully and all you have to think and say is, "This is how I feel".
Just leave it at that.
Notice if this energy of emotion in motion, changes. Does it stay, does it flow, where does it go? Without attaching it to a thought, a description, or a story, what happens?
The next step in this experiment is to use this same technique when it comes to looking at others, and being with others.
Every time you look at someone, at anyone at all ... all you have to think and say is, "This is you". So when you look at their face, at what they are wearing, what they are doing, you just see what you see, and leave it at that.
Don't worry if thoughts arise and sneak through at the speed of light, and you catch yourself thinking something like, "what a beautiful dress", or "what a grumpy face", or "what a weirdo". It's ok.
Just notice it, release it, and say "This is you".
Even when it comes to the emotion that someone else is expressing.
Whether you would usually call it angry, sad, excited, hyper-active, energetic, annoyed, all you have to think and say now is, "This is how you feel".
Never mind about what, or why, or who it is directed at, if it's fair or not, reasonable or not, it's just the emotional energy of that person in that moment. You just leave it at that. This is what we call, "allowing".
This experiment is not only very interesting, it's awesome. I'm very impressed with the results and what it opened me up to. I'm not going to describe my experience just yet, I will leave it open for now.
Please try it out yourself for at least one day. If you like how it feels add a few more days.
Be sure to let me know what your own experiences are. Feel free to leave a comment or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I might be able to create a new Blog and describe all your experiences and insights. You can let me know in your message if I may mention your name and where you are from, or whether you would like to stay anonymous.
Enjoy this "Free-Mind" experience!
I have added a Music From Source mind quieting video for support :-)
Please remember this is just an experiment. It is a simple way to experience some peace of mind. The point is not to let our thoughts and emotions lead our lives for us, but to learn to use what comes up as a navigation system. This guidance can pin point which blocks are standing in our way and need to be dissolved.
Once we practice quieting our mind, we can really start to get to the root cause of any disruptive issues which keep showing up.
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