This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

The judgement of others is the judgement of ourself. No one among us is warranted to judge another because we all fall short of perfection. Judge others, condemn yourself…

Everyone is conditioned differently. The conditioning that conforms to society’s standards is accepted by others a lot more than conditioning that doesn’t. This accepted conditioning is also used as a judgement tool; by the whole and on an individual basis. Regardless though, it’s all conditioning. I know this is difficult to accept, but who among us is perfect. We all have looked down on another person to make ourselves feel superior, but can you truly throw the first stone. I know I can’t.

When you investigate yourself, this is the insight that you will see. You will be able to separate the person from the conditioning and love the person regardless because you know it’s the conditioning and not the person that produces the behavior. If there’s an evil in the world it’s the Conditioned Mind, goodness comes from the non judgement of this. When you can do this, you will be well on your way to a deeper understanding of yourself and you will understand how not to judge yourself or others. When you are without judgement, you’ll be free to love, unconditionally. It is then that you will understand your own conditioning and with this understanding you will have no choice but to drop your stones and go and judge no more…

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