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I Have Made The Decision Not To Criticize

Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Category: General

I Have Made The Decision
Not To Criticize Anyone


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"I have made the decision not to criticize anyone 
- including myself." 


Many years ago there was a study that concluded that approximately ninety-nine percent of all babies in the world operate at what is called "Genius Level" for the first year and a half to two years of their lives.

Each one of us must go through this learning curve in order to discover that we can actually control our hands and feet and you actually see little babies looking at their hands as though they are something separate from themselves.

You can even observe them as they learn how to use their whole body as one system, when they learn how to reason and formulate ideas, learn to speak, and as they go from their hands and knees to walking. The information and skills learned here make up a learning curve far beyond anything that occurs in any other phase of life.

We are all born geniuses and by the time we are five years old only about twenty percent of us are operating at a genius level and by the time we are twenty only two percent of us are working at a genius level.

So why is this happening? What is stopping us from functioning at this level? 

We limit ourselves as we develop through a learned voice of internal criticism. We aren't gentle enough with the way we respond to our thoughts and actions. We make ourselves wrong and when we get hurt, we learn to doubt ourselves. We allow ourselves to become victims by searching outside of ourselves for approval and opinions as to what we are capable of and what's possible. We learn to be condition based thinkers because that is the dominant way of thought on earth. 

So here is today's challenge. 

Make the decision that for today you are not going to criticize.
You're not going to judge yourself.

When you notice your mind slipping away to the thoughts that worry you, the things you don't want. Gently remind yourself that everything is always working out for the highest good of all and redirect your attention to the things that you want to be, to do, to have and to create. 

And throughout the day, should you experience something unsettling,  remind yourself:

"I have made the decision not to criticize anyone - including myself."



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