Have you ever thought that something or someone was really bad? That something they had done was irredeemable or unforgivable?

Have you ever thought that you were really bad? That something you have done was irredeemable or unforgivable? Take a moment to look deeply at yourself.

From your soul’s perspective, there is no such thing as good/bad; everything that occurs is a part of someone’s spiritual curriculum. There is no one that cannot be redeemed, and everyone is already forgiven on the Being level. Every Being ever born is a Loving Being and innately good, even if they are not yet conscious of their own Loving essence.

Judgments of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ are the byproducts of living in a fear-based, right/wrong reality. To move up into the consciousness of the Loving reality, you must make the paradigm shift and begin to see that all Beings are innately good and all things are acceptable.

Right here, this is the point where many people freak out. “How can everything that happens be acceptable?! What about murder? What about child molestation? What about the Holocaust?!”

All of that is acceptable, because all of it happened, which means it is definitely part of someone’s curriculum. You don’t have to like it to accept it.

To the degree that you can accept the things that others have done, you will begin to have more tolerance and acceptance for the things that you have done as a part of your own learning that you’ve judged as ‘bad’ or ‘unforgivable’ in the past. And, as you begin to lighten up on yourself, you’ll begin to be less judgmental of others as well.

Think of the things you’ve done that you’ve label as ‘bad’, ‘terrible’, ‘awful’, ‘unconscious’, ‘despicable’ or any other negative term you may have applied. See if you can muster up some compassion for yourself. Say to that younger part of yourself, “Its Ok, it is alright. You were doing the best you could at the time. It’s Ok to be learning…” Say whatever you need to say to help that younger part let go of the guilt or shame, and come into the knowledge of your innate goodness as a Loving Being.

Understanding and embodying the quality of infinite acceptance is a process, not an instantaneous event, so be gentle with yourself as you come into higher levels of understanding. As you embody and hold the awareness of your own innate goodness and the acceptability of your own behaviors, you will make this knowledge available to everyone you meet.

Let go of viewing people and things as good or bad, and come into acceptance for all that occurs. Say, “I am innately good. All Beings are innately good, and I now view all that occurs through eyes of acceptance.”

Many Blessings of Joy and Vibrant Freedom

Action Step ~ Let go of viewing your own and other’s behavior as good or bad; claim acceptance for all that happens. Declaration: “I am innately good. I now accept what is, and view everything as an opportunity for growth.”

Additional Support: Listen to this 8-minute closed-eye process on your innate goodness; please refrain from driving while listening.http://youtu.be/cY6L9sUzIYY

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