09/01/13: Tally Scores / Judgment

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“If it’s never our fault, we can’t take responsibility for it. If we can’t take responsibility for it, we’ll always be its victim.” –Richard Bach

That little quote is key to one of the most powerful uses of Judgment. I’m not talking self-flagellation, guilt or regret. I’m talking learning to recognize and acknowledge your own role in whatever happens, along with other people’s role.

“Judgment Day” isn’t about reward and punishment in and of itself as it’s about a fair and even handed tally.  There’s a detachment implied in the whole scenario, emotional distance while tallying up of accounts. It’s time for filling out the score card as fairly as any disinterested third party.

That’s what you want to strive for here—understanding what happened, why it happened, and what your role as both actor and observer means in the big picture. This makes every event a useful event. It’s time to tally up the score card and see what you’ve learned from the process. Don’t forget, that’s the important part: developing insight!

Are you pulling apart the past for insight?

09/01/13: Tally Scores / Judgment 2 Mystic Dreamer Tarot
by Heidi Darras

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  1. Yes. And it is very useful indeed. Seeing our part clearly leads to compassion for the other person, which in turn leads to compassion for myself.

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