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Judgmentalness vs. Good Judgment

Dec. 8, 2009

In the process of sharing, we’re commonly advised to avoid judgmentalness, criticism, fault-finding, or blaming.

I agree, but I don’t think that that means we can avoid developing good judgment.

What is the difference between the two?

Judgmentalness involves making ourselves right and others wrong.

Good judgment involves sharing or communicati8nbg in line with divine principles.

So, for instance, speaking the truth, but speaking it harmlessly, is in line with divine principles.

Stating the status of our knowledge, accurately, is also in line with divine principles. If we know something, we say we know it. If we think it is true, then that. If we feel it to be true, sense there to be something true about it, or are just guessing, then that.

Good judgment involves stating whether, in our opinion, something is possible, probable, plausible, etc., or not.

It is not the case that we cannot “judge” character. In fact, we are called upon in life to develop discernment and this includes discerning whether a person is of good character or not.

In a world that works for everyone, such as the one we as a planet are headed for after Ascension in 2012, I am led to believe that there is neither crime nor criminals. (1)

Moreover, in such a world, a person will be transparent to us in thought and character. (2) There will be no hiding there.

That, however, does not relieve us of the need to develop better and better judgment.

Even if we liberate ourselves from the conditions that prevail on any one dimension of life, that is only half the battle.

The other half is serving those who remain unliberated in our dimension or any other to achieve their own liberation.

All of the spiritual masters and galactic officers who are here to assist us to achieve Ascension in 2012 (or earlier) are developing their better judgment through service.

In my opinion, the task of improving our judgment doesn’t end until we stand in the Presence of God Ourself.

By then, I would imagine, our judgment will have become pristine and peerless.


(1) “There will be no crime in fourth density.” (Matthew’s Message, July 4, 2008, at

(2) “There is no place in the higher dimensions for the lower vibrations that you are experiencing. The Light is such that nothing except the truth can exist within it, and, not only that, even thoughts need to be pure as each soul knows what another one is thinking.” (SaLuSa, Dec. 6, 2007, at

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