Looked down your nose at anyone lately?
Sometimes I find my inner Severus Snape acting up
Snape is one of Harry Potter’s professors. He’s the one who sneers at Potter and manages to twist things so that Harry’s in the wrong.
Just as Professor Snape doesn’t see himself as being unfair, likewise I feel fully justified when I’m passing judgment on others.
No matter how accurate I am about what I “see” (and judge) in others, my criteria as a Deliberate Creator is not whether it’s true.
My criteria must be whether my thought feels good
Looking down my nose at someone doesn’t feel good.
Judging others is a negative emotion that I also describe with the words Superior and Holier Than Thou.
The way I use those words in a process is:
- First I list how I’m feeling
- Then I list how I want to feel
So here’s how I would list those emotions in the actual format from a process:
Climate I’m creating (how I’m feeling)
- Looking down my nose
- Holier than thou
Climate I want to create (how I want to feel)
- Approving; Commending
- Making them right
Did you feel a difference as you read the second set of words (the “Climate I want to create” words)? I tell you, my resistance almost always softens just in listing how I want to feel.
If any of those words don’t resonate with you? Just delete ’em. Only use words that feel like a fit for you.
I’m no Professor Snape
On my courses, you’ll find that I’m more like Professor McGonagall. And that, sometimes, Law of Attraction can seem like magic.
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All Abraham material is copyright J&E Hicks. This article represents Teresa Rogovsky's personal understanding of the teachings of Abraham.