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Post-it Notes of Judgment: Sticking to Ourselves. (2 min 16 sec)


    1. Think of your grievances and judgments as Post-it Notes.

    All day long, we stick these notes onto others. "You're always late." "You never listen." "You're so selfish." These are our Post-it Notes of judgment.
    But here's the twist: ideals do not leave their source. At the end of the day, all those Post-it Notes we stuck onto others? They're hanging on us.
    A Course in Miracles teaches that what we do for another, we do for ourselves. What we fail to do for another, we fail to do for ourselves. When we project onto others, we're really projecting onto ourselves.
    Imagine this: You spend your day sticking Post-it Notes of grievances on everyone around you. By evening, you find those same notes stuck all over you. "You're always late." "You never listen." "You're so selfish." These judgments reflect back at you because your perception is a mirror.
    Perception is not a fact. It's a reflection of your inner state. When you believe you've gotten away with judgment, you haven't. Those judgments come back to you, shaping your reality.
    Every Post-it Note of judgment you place on another is a note you place on yourself. Your life mirrors your dominant beliefs, thoughts, and ideals. There's no escaping this truth.
    So, how do we change this? By recognizing the illusion of separation. By understanding that our grievances and judgments are projections of our own inner turmoil. By choosing to see others through the lens of love and forgiveness.
    Next time you feel the urge to stick a Post-it Note of judgment on someone, pause. Reflect. Remember that what you project onto others, you project onto yourself. Choose a different note. One of compassion, understanding, and love.
    Are you ready to change your Post-it Notes? To transform your reflections? The choice is yours.
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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