Chapter 3, section VI. “Judgment and the Authority Problem” paragraph 3, sentence 4:
“All uncertainty comes from the belief that you are under the coercion of judgment.”
In the last couple posts I’ve been talking about how we perceive ourselves as gods, able to create our realities even when disconnected from the divine.
Yet we also fear judgement.
This creates a problem for the logic center of my mind. Both X and Y can’t be true. If I was able to create my reality as I see fit, I wouldn’t also fear judgment. So since I fear judgment, that means that I can’t actually create my reality. So if I assume that I can’t create reality, does that mean the fear of judgment also goes away?
When I ask myself this it totally does. Reality can only be accessed when connected with the divine. When this connection is established, the truth is known. It is certain. The illusion of someone else’s judgment doesn’t matter.