Lao Tzu: Meditate and Live Absolutely

Do Not Judge

„Do not judge!“ That’s all there is to say! Don’t turn this truth into a trade by adding“… so that thou shall not be judged”. What Jesus did was adapted to former times. Today only one thing matters: “Do not judge.”

Adopt an attitude that is meditative through and through. Look at the world in that meditative way, through and through. Avoid greed – no matter in which shape or form.

Spiritual greed, too, can be a scourge. Greed for awareness, greed for becoming a perfect human being or greed for achieving enlightenment will lead you into fear. The fear of missing that goal has caused many to go insane. Many religions play into that fear. How many Christians are afraid they will never reach heaven?

How much do those people endure just to escape hell? How many Saints are there that led a “holy” life out of fear while inwardly being tormented by an untamed raging storm of emotions and desires?


Become someone who meditates – that is the way.

Rid yourself of fear, because as long as you are full of fear, you are also full of greed. Fear is just the flip side of the same coin. Greed and fear are siblings and always come in pairs.

Don’t strive for anything, don’t become anything, don’t follow a goal – just be! Be “absolute” in everything – that is the way.

Then you don’t fear anything – and even death becomes a good friend, just like life is one.


Be “absolute” in everything and avoid any form of perfectionism. The universe isn’t perfect, so how can you ask of yourself to become perfect?

Be „absolute“, be whole, be yourself – that is all your life is about, nothing else. Someone who is “absolute” doesn’t waste any time on fear. Someone who lives their life doesn’t waste their thoughts on the concepts which drive this world and are man-made. Someone who is “absolute” doesn’t need religions or laws.

Someone who is “absolute” knows what it means to be human. Their compassion is their guardian of life, and their love is their guide through the jungle of this time.

What people fear most is living their life fully, completely and “absolutely”.  That would mean to fully engage in life – which leads to engaging in yourself, “absolutely” engaging in yourself.

Then you become meditative – what is around you takes a back seat, because what is inside you fills everything.


What are you afraid of when you don’t resonate with events? Your field of resonance can be a mine field or a source of divine inspiration.

That depends on your focus – life doesn’t demand answers from you but responds to your energetic signature.

There is nothing you need to do, except adopt a meditative state – then fear and greed will disappear.

Will your life be a success? Why wonder about that. Live it “absolutely” – everything else will fall into place all on its own.

Someone who is enlightened observes and influences life through their being. Only a fool tries to pull the strings. Religions have taught you to fear God – I am teaching you to love God.

Life is simple, everything is simple. Complications only exist to create confusion.

Be someone who meditates, become “absolute”, and your compassion will blossom. Fear and greed are no companions for someone who wants to live.

“Don’t judge, meditate and live ABSOLUTELY!” That says it all, and the door to awareness has been pushed wide open.


**Channel: Jahn Kassl


5 Replies to “Lao Tzu: Meditate and Live Absolutely”

  1. Mike Ohira

    I don’t know whether judging is good or bad. Maybe it depends on the situation at any given time – good if the judgement is ethical or bad if the judgement is unethical like in the case of judging people.

    People, become simple-minded and avoid getting your mind too sophisticated. Here’s a Japanese proverb that really works:


    It means “Use your head and cock while you’re alive”.

  2. Douglas A James

    So the galactics arent using some form of judgment to remove the negative ETs and rescue children and send negative ETs to the galactic central sun?? So how do they determine who is negative who is positive ? Some level of judgment criteria now used .. I get the message but I judge the jab as evil I judge the cabal as evil..sorry I am on a prison planet placed here and left here .. let’s awaken the masses they too will judge some level must exist to determine dark from light ..Doug

  3. Susan

    Wanderer I respectly disagree. You can use your mind without judging. Judgemental minds are minds seeped in the illusion of seperation and locked into 3D.

  4. Wanderer

    To push the upper message to the extreme means: “Do not use your mind to determine right from wrong, stop thinking about anything and do not become what you want to. Instead become the perfect prey to those who use their intellect and keep thinking!”
    “There’s nothing you need to do.”
    Absolute BS. If one does nothing, he will receive nothing as a reward in return.

    “Only a fool tries to pull the strings.”
    One either pulls or gets pulled. That’s the game in this world.

    I do not pass judgement onto others nor condemn them as long as there is no evidence of their guilt. But if there is, then I do. If I didn’t, I would be the fool at the end of the day and the evildoers would have a heyday.
    “Do not judge” is a widely used motto for mental deception and those who follow this motto fall into a trap. So, don’t be afraid and use your mind!