#65 Yes to being accepted and no to being judged

Say yes to being accepted. It all starts with you. It all starts with you accepting how amazing you are. That you have been uniquely designed to be brilliant. I am blessed with miraculous courses that not only reveal your field of favour and zone of genius, they also unlock any inner critics, any self-sabotage and set the captives free, so you can then be free to be the awesome person you were born to be. The courses give you insight and wisdom, so you can discover and accept your awesomeness … and then do the same for others. I live in a world of honour, love, abounding success and acceptance and invite you to join me and discover your world of the same today.


Say no to being judged and to judging others. Every person on the planet is a work in progress and we are all at different levels on the journey. It is not our role to make assumptions Ass out of U and Me, as it puts us on our bottoms along with the other person. It is not our role to judge someone without hearing the full story direct from them. Out role is to have compassion, empathy and to show love. Hurt people hurt people. Healed people healed people. It is time to stop judging and hurting both parties when we do and to start loving and healing, ourselves first (just like in an aeroplane for the oxygen masks in an emergency), then to go out in love from there, healed and whole.


So I encourage you today to let go and say no to being judged or distant and say yes and thank you to being accepted.

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