Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Thinking Too Much

Quieting the mind means having no judgments.
Being still means being present.
Breathing facilitates naturally letting go of thoughts.
What we perceive is what we believe.
Our programmed mind only sees what it is seeking.

We learn from our first moment the experience of being judged and judging.
Our training from infancy throughout life is to judge all things.
Our language is a language of judgment, comparison and evaluation.
Our teachings come with a necessity to judge.

"Good, Better, Best,
Never let it rest.
'Til Good is Better
And Better Best."

Life has taught us to strive to better ourselves and better our world.
It is possible that in our need to improve, we have judged ourselves into guilt and stuckness?
Through undoing our judging mind we will come to find, we already are that which we seek.
Judgments block our perception of what is true and loving and take a position to be right.
Consider being with what is.

"Be content with what you have;
Rejoice in the way things are.
When you realize there is nothing lacking,
The whole world belongs to you."
Lao Tzu

When you want only light, you will see only light.
When you want only love, you will see nothing else.
When you choose only peace, you will know only peace.
Such is the nature of reality. True B'Lue

As a servant leader, I seek to serve the Good.
I can do this by erasing what is blocking the light.
It is in pure deLight that I find my joy and see the beauty and Goodness.
The Perfection in All that is comes easily, when I simply be present.

My judgments mean absolutely nothing.
They are merely habits of the mind that keep me blind.
So I would see what is really me.

In all things I find the Love I am, the Good that lives in me.
Blessed be.
Betty Lue