Table of Contents for Root Meanings

General notes:

  • Root Meanings is a work in progress that will continue to emerge and evolve until the Mind of minds is absolutely clear. The definitions below are subject to evolution.
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Revision: 8 Apr 2024

Judgment

  • Condemnation of someone or something.
  • An attempt to distance oneself from someone, something, Divinity/God/Source, or THE SUPREME.
  • A mental act of attempting to separate from someone, something, Divinity/God/Source, or THE SUPREME.
  • Self-judgment is condemnation of oneself.
  • Self-judgment is the attempt to separate from oneself by denying or disowning their experience and/or their nature.
  • Judgment fragments the mind.
  • Judgment fragments the Mind that is all minds.
  • Judgment precludes the knowing of oneness.
  • Judgment precludes the knowing of reality.
  • Judgment precludes the knowing of truth.
  • Whether in the seeming individual or the seeming collective (for these are one), judgment is the profound cause of all sickness.
  • Empathy is an antidote to judgment.
  • Forgiveness is an antidote to judgment.
  • Judgment is transcended when denial and rejection are transcended.
  • Judgment is transcended when egocentrism is transcended.
  • Judgment is transcended when sickness is transcended.

Sayings:

  • “When oneness is recognized, it is clear that all judgment is self-judgment. To judge is to be judged.”
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