The energy of the new moon according to the Sabin Symbol at 7 degrees Scorpio has a lot to do with reflection. I was taught by my Tibetan teacher that according to the arcane laws, when we master reflection we get the gift of infinite awareness. The pathway moving towards mastering the Law of Reflection starts with knowing judgement as a reflection. When we find ourselves judging we must recognize whatever we judge we are, we fear – or we lack. The election has brought this into the foreground better than anything I have ever experienced. So I will present you with a major Tarot Question. Shuffle your cards and ask, “How does Trump represent me?” Next shuffle again and ask, “How does Hillary represent me?” Depending on how judgmental you are, you may not want to pull a card! For Trump, I got the 4 of wands reversed; this lets me know that he represents to me my lack or order and structure, a breakdown of logic. For Hillary, I got the 7 of cups reversed; this tells me that she represents my overwhelming concern about details, thus forgetting the big picture and also living in emotional fantasy rather than facing reality. Wow, so interesting! How about you?
Under the Arcane Laws that govern this Galaxy of Adaptation, we need to look at the Fourth Arcane Law: the Law of Reflection. The Law of Reflection shows us and demonstrates to us self-definition. We have the opportunity to see ourselves in every moment by what we have attracted to us. It is our attraction and what we do with our attraction that allows or disallows manifestation to occur. When judgment comes into play it is a good sign to get conscious and look in the mirror. It is judgment that shows us who we are, whether conscious or unconscious.
To work with judgment from a conscious space we must ask ourselves three questions.
1) Am I judging what I am and what I am unwilling to accept in myself? In truth the answer is “yes” because you cannot put a label on anything unless you know it within yourself. This axiom allows for self discovery and releases projected judgment. Thus, judgment becomes your greatest teacher and self evaluator. Judgment teaches us what we need to understand and accept in ourselves.
2) Am I judging what I fear? Whenever fear comes into play it is a good sign for us to note that we are separated from love and unwilling to communicate that we see ourselves as unlovable. Remember, what you fear you bring to yourself. Once again, the Law of Reflection comes into play and we attract people, places or events that we judge as bad or wrong because we fear them. If used correctly, these attractions are opportunities to express our fear. It is often fear that blocks our experience and our Soul purpose, for being on the Earth Plane is to experience. If we are too judgmental and critical of others a paranoia occurs promoting a fear that permeates our daily lives, blocking and paralyzing our experience, reflecting to us our fear of being judged. Fear-based judgments teach us where we have judged ourselves as unlovable.
3) Am I judging what I lack? Lack is the denial of manifestation. When we deny ourselves the privilege of manifesting we have to spend a lot of time justifying our unmanifested self. So we then begin judging what other people have done in order to manifest and we defend our powerlessness with justification. When we find ourselves judging someone for having something we don´t have, this is a sign that shows us where we have sold out and denied ourselves the abundance that is available to us at all times here on the Earth Plane. Ask yourself, “Have I denied myself Abundance?” If the answer is “yes”, make a wish list and go for it!
Perhaps you have been being too critical of yourself and others. If so, it is time to look into the mirror of reflection and ask: Am I judging what I am? Am I judging what I fear? Am I judging what I lack?
Copyright 2016, Beatrex Quntanna