Sitting in judgement

Stevo and I have talked a lot this year about how easy it is to go into judgement of others. It happens all the time, and in just a split second, before you even realize what is happening. A great way to stop doing that is to breathe, of course. 😊 Conscious breathing brings your focus inward so that you’re not concerned so much by other people’s business, and more concerned by what is your business – your own energy.

As I write this I’m sitting in the Denver airport watching crowds and crowds of people going by. It’s really easy to do snap judgements on each person but here’s an interesting exercise I’m doing. I find one thing positive about each person I look at, like ” nice shoes” or “pretty hair”. It’s amazing how quickly you start to look at the positive aspects of people  instead of judging them. It’s a little exhausting too, unless you breathe. It’s a great way to radiate Love when you are out in public. I’ve been out and about in the world for four days now, and even with all the craziness on the planet right now I have seen a lot of people being really nice to each other. Maybe it’s just leftover holiday spirit but I’m hoping that it’s a lift in general consciousness.

Anyway, try this little exercise when you’re in a crowd and have a little time to kill. It’s a good way to flex your spiritual muscles! 

By the way, Stevo asked me to check out the energy coming from underground here, and I would have to say it’s about 1000% better than the last time I was at this airport. The dark, icky energy just isn’t perceivable time anymore. A good sign I think!

~ Dooney

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