It’s About You!

Every judgment we have shows us what we don’t accept in ourselves. The world we see and experience ‘out there’ doesn’t really exist without our spin. We judge everything that doesn’t fit neatly into our paradigm. We restrict our own...

Misunderstandings

Because we’re each operating in our own, self-fabricated world, we are sometimes offended by things that weren’t meant to be offensive. We all interpret our experiences according to our memories and programming. We can even subconsciously like and dislike...

What We Notice

The positive characteristics we notice in others are ones that we appreciate in ourselves. It’s empowering to acknowledge these favorable traits but, if we really want to grow and expand our self-awareness, noticing the traits that push our buttons is even more...

The Boomerang Effect

Our judgments of others are like boomerangs. They originate from within and ultimately return back to us. That’s because our subconscious mind doesn’t distinguish between self and other. It perceives our judgments of anyone as self-judgment. This...

The Webs We Weave

The bigger the web of judgment we weave, the more likely we are to be annoyed. The more we criticize the world, the more imperfect the it feels to us. This cycle of judgment creates a densely woven fabric of dissatisfaction that ultimately results in us getting caught...

Judgments Are Distractions

The habit of judging others usually indicates that we aren’t happy about or don’t accept certain aspects of ourselves. What we’re inwardly uncomfortable with or ashamed of, we project outward and dislike it out there. Judging them allows us to...