WHEN CRITICISM IS A THROWN WEAPON
WHAT IS IT THAT IS CAUSING JUDGMENT, REJECTION AND DISQUALIFICATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE?
If something goes well, it’s criticized. If something goes wrong it’s also criticized.
If an organization grows, it is argued that they are a sect. If not growing, people say it’s because they did things wrong.
If a technique succeeds, it’s explained by an abusive marketing, if it fails, people assure that it’s because it wasn’t good.
If a person attracts many people, it must be because he is a manipulative, and if he doesn’t attract anyone it’s because he doesn’t have charisma.
If a person or company make money it is because they do something dishonest, if not making money it’s because they deserve it.
What is the engine guiding the inner judgment projecting towards others with multiple attempts to destroy?
There clearly is an urgent need to punish those doing something, and usually the desire for punishment comes from people who haven’t done it. Impotence produces resentment, and resentment produces desire for destruction.
Those recognizing this disease can conduct self-examination about his condemnatory behaviour, and see if any of these questions hides an answer that guides him towards the solution:
IF I CONDEMN, CRITICIZE, JUDGE AND DISCREDIT … WHAT WILL BE THE CAUSE WITHIN ME?
Is it the absence of self-recognition?
Is it the lack of self-acceptance?
An inferiority complex?
A low esteem?
The feeling of being stupid?
The need to distrust?
Wanting to discredit what makes us feel less?
Is it the irrepressible urge to destroy the other?
For most people doing a deep work with Ayahuasca as a tool for personal development, judgment is long gone, because through an expanded state of consciousness one can get to understand everything that hurts us inside and we need to project outside to feel relieved of that suffering.
It is true that criticizing brings pleasure to the one doing it, it involves a discharge, a liberation, but the unconscious projection it shows hides a great opportunity for personal growth.
WHEN THE NEED TO SHOOT WITH THE GUN OF CRITICISM ARISES IT IS THE RIGHT TIME TO REFLECT ON WHAT WE HAVEN’T RESOLVED IN OUR OWN CORE.
Another option is to keep looking for supposedly objective reasons to criticize.
What is the purpose of criticism? What is the real point of judging?
THOSE WHO COMMONLY PRACTICE IT SAY IT IS TO WARN, TO PROTECT, TO DENOUNCE, TO DO JUSTICE…
For many people criticism, condemnation and judgment, is a healing act opening the breach enabling to see internal rancour, resentment and complexes; because once they realize they were trying to destroy others as they didn’t dare destroying themselves, the door is already opened to centre their consciousness on their unhealed trauma.
For those undergoing criticism: you can transmute judgement and sentencing energy into pure creativity, to refine what you are and what you do. So all attack coming to you, enables you to realize it was part of your evolution.
As the Eastern sages said: ALL THAT YOU ATTACK MUST BE STRENGTHENED”
From this page on, we suggest TO STOP JUDGING. TO RESPECT EVERYONE IN WHAT HE DOES AND HOW HE DOES IT. TO STOP ATTACKING AND DEFENDING. TO RECOGNIZE AND CONSIDER THE IMPORTANCE OF EACH BEING AS HE IS. EVEN THOSE CRITICISING.
For, in this act, an infinite inner harmony arises that will guide us along the healing path.
We will continue to shed light on CRITICISM and JUDGMENT, but it is not necessary to criticize those who criticize or judge those who judge, as it would mean falling into the same trap.
I PUBLICLY INVITE THOSE WHO CRITICIZE ME TO SEND AN EMAIL WITH HIS CRITICISMS, AS WE WILL POST IT ON THIS BLOG. WE DEDICATED A SPACE TO IT. ON ONE SIDE CRITICS WILL FEEL THE PLEASURE OF DOING IT AND SECONDLY IT WILL GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HEALING.
Founder of Ayahuasca International
Ayahuasca European School founder
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