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“When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself.” ― Wayne W. Dyer
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Shift Your Perspective: On Judgment By Diana Wing
Judgment is a debilitating practice—whether the judgment is toward others or toward yourself. It happens whenever you label someone in a general way.
It is a snap evaluation of that person based on your past experiences and core beliefs. You draw a conclusion about something before knowing all the facts or considering it within the context of the situation. It is merely your perception of that person, and not the only truth.
When you judge others, it serves to close you off from a connection with that person and from the lesson held within that interaction. Whether it’s about the actions, beliefs, or efforts of another, judging serves to limit understanding. It also directs negativity at that person. Live and let live to avoid judgment.
To Judge or Not to Judge By Carl Studna
That is the question! Is it possible that at the route of most physical, emotional and mental dis-ease and discomfort lay some form of judgment? When we hold onto any form of judgment toward ourselves or others, we create a constriction in our entire continence.
Our bodies tighten, our thoughts become muddled with defense and our emotions bring forward dark clouds of resentment, anger, and depression.
So why do we choose to take this path of doom and gloom so readily throughout our daily lives? Judgment is such a pervasive response, akin to a knee-jerk reaction.
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Frustration - anxiety - and disappointment can easily creep in and take over our positive outlook with the waiting of the fruition of this investment and especially if one is experiencing a financial crisis or an emotional trauma --
A strong mental attitude is a great tool when faced with either of these - Wise Words are a great aide in strengthening the mental attitude --
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