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Butterflies Are Free To Fly
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fter hours upon hours of spiritual autolysis, I finally wrote something that is true:
Judgment is the source of all pain and suffering.
This might only be true for me, but I doubt it.
If you’re like I, and many other people, you’ve had a personal experience confirming
this truth you might not have recognized….
Have you ever thought you cut yourself with a sharp knife, maybe while slicing
vegetables, but you weren’t sure; so you stopped slicing and took a look, and then you
saw the blood. When did the pain start? Not until you saw the blood and judged the injury
to be painful. The cut itself caused no pain until you looked at it.
There are many other examples of people not experiencing very painful injuries
because they were focused on something else, like saving a child from a car accident; and
only when they stopped to take a look at themselves – or when a doctor or nurse had
them focus on their own injuries – did they feel any pain. This, of course, is one of the
theories behind firewalking and other popular motivational ceremonies.
Normally, however, we judge an experience to be painful – either physically or
mentally or emotionally – as soon as it happens, or maybe even before it happens. We
also go through life pre-judging that any number of different experiences would be
painful if we should ever encounter them. But it is the judgment that creates the pain and
suffering and not the experience itself.
All holographic experiences created by all
for all Players are completely
neutral. It is only the Player’s judgmental reactions and responses to those experiences
that cause the drama and conflict and pain and suffering.
There, in a nutshell, is the answer to the age-old question of why “God” would create
pain and suffering in the world. “He” doesn’t. “We” do, by our reactions and responses to
totally neutral holographic experiences.
* * *
Inside the movie theater, the lives of the Human Children are based entirely on
judgment. They thrive on the concept; they literally cannot imagine living without it, and
some object strenuously and even get angry at the very suggestion. How could one
possibly survive without judging everything to be “good” or “bad,” “right” or “wrong,”
“better” or “worse”? Of course, they can hardly imagine living without the drama and
conflict, either; nor do they seem to want to.
All the world’s major religions and spiritual philosophies have judgment at their core
as well. “God” is the supreme judge, for example, and “He” will judge you and your
thoughts and actions to determine whether you will have an eternal life of bliss or