What is Embodiment # 70: Self-Judgment

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Embodiment means becoming a person of substance. As you embody, you will find your burdens reducing one by one. Paradoxically, the more substantial you become, the more spacious.

Specifically, the one burden you have carried since before you can remember: the feeling-conviction that you have done, are doing, or sooner or later will do, something horribly wrong.

It’s this conviction that imprisons you to self-judgment and a lifelong struggle to prove yourself innocent, to exonerate yourself.

In a word, ego.

An insupportable weight to your mind is an insubstantial nothing to your Soul—exactly like the darkest shadow in sunlight.


4 thoughts on “What is Embodiment # 70: Self-Judgment

  1. Is the feeling-conviction that you have done, are doing, or will do, something horribly wrong, related to original sin and/or the idea of birth-debt, the feeling of being indebted due to factors like the pain one caused their mother during birth or the financial and emotional burden that was placed on ones parents growing up?

  2. Also:

    Can our birth-debt guilt be truly erased if we don’t know the extent that our souls were complicit in being born?

    To the extent that we do feel guilty about having done something wrong, is the urge for our “crimes” to be found out related to a desire for spiritual revelation, since being found out would give our inner being evidence of an all-knowing universe?

  3. I think it’s not as complicated as all that. When our life force and libido is interfered with from birth on (and even pre-birth, if the atmosphere in the womb is toxic), there IS an inherent “wrongness” we experience and as developing organism we have to adapt to it and make ourselves fit with it. We do “wrong” ourselves but at a pre-verbal and hence unconscious level, by simply doing what we have to do to “enter life.”

    Whatever the original wrong is (perhaps it has to do with the lack of soul connection between our parents during the moment of our conception, which made it impossible for the whole Soul to incarnate, hence the original fragmentation: we left the better portion of ourselves behind), all subsequent guilt and shame issues can, I think, be traced back to that one. Hence embodiment absolves us of all sin, and self-acceptance, with awareness, is sufficient to clear all past “debts.”

    “And I say unto you, your sins are forgiven” — Jesus only gave the sinner permission to forgive himself.

  4. Nice one, been reading these every evening to my morning coffee now sense you started.
    Some I like better then others, and I will miss them once they stop coming.

    Have a nice time Jasun.


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