Practice does make us better. Hello Zeenat, I just discovered your blog and browsed through it a little bit. When I am judging, I am placing a negative or positive value on people who are, in fact, complex and unique individuals that deserve my respect and compassion- including myself, of course! These sessions saved my life. Yes, I am significantly more loving and compassionate to myself…which is reflected in how I feel about others. Its beautiful and Insightful, just as the author herself. To avoid passing judgment, it is important to listen with an open mind, and to listen with the intent to understand, not reflect.
This is usually the result of some unfortunate mistake which you made and they have picked up on. So I sent the morning letter to myself to her. Sie ist nicht wertend, freigeistigen, aufgeschlossen. After awhile I had to go to the bathroom, put could not move. We are one ~ we are perfect.
I hope to read many more of your articles. I have started using affirmations, and well, this journey towards love and positivity is bumpy and often takes some side turns. You can complete the translation of non judgmental given by the English-German Collins dictionary with other dictionaries such as: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Larousse dictionary, Le Robert, Oxford, Grévisse. Thanks a ton for letting know……. . Dear Rand, You said it so beautifully! I had no conceived thoughts as to what would be written down for the first morning. Please do share your thoughts, comments and questions in the comments section below.
By tuning into our higher self and living a heart conscious life we can easily see our perfection on every level. This way we can be a lot happier and calm. Thank you for your amazing comment here. The affirmations for self-accept so pure, simple, and lovely. This happens so fast that our experiences are automatically colored right when we get to them, so mindfulness is about being aware of that and taking a fresh perspective. After reading your views i am motivated to practice self affirmations and loving my self. I have found I can observe and accept people without judging them, and this practice frees me to live in peace with myself and those around me! Dear Lynn, Its amazing the things we learn in the process of healing ourselves.
If we can recognize or be aware of these thoughts coming up, we are empowered to release them, work through them or do whatever we need to get to the root of why we may be feeling a certain judgemental way. I strive for a happier, more loving and positive world in me and around me. Is the checkout person in the checkout line just a checkout person or someone with their own history or triumphs, perceived failures, moments of adventure, and wanting the same thing I do, to be understood and cared about? Loose sight of numbers on scales and clothes and anything which conveys a perceived image of acceptable — and simply accept you as you are, perfect and divine. Sending you lots of love~ Dear Zeenat, Your words touched my heart. I have been working on becoming non-judgmental for several years now.
Was this judgment just something that popped in my mind? Eva is incredibly tolerant and non-judgmental. We cant completely avoid the media but when we can avoid letting the media and imagery of perceived perfection get to us. We much rather judge others than look at our own issues. An anthropologist is one who observes human behavior and notates what he or she sees in a non-judgmental way. Not being judgmental is definitely a practice. A business owner who treats all customers fairly is more likely to generate positive goodwill in a community.
You can complete the definition of non judgemental given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. A primary advantage of being nonjudgmental is that a person is less likely to discriminate. I am good at everything i do but still have no self confidence. Thank you so much for your lovely sharing here. I like it very much. This is a pretty good example: Judgemental: What evil, sadistic teenagers who like to watch people in pain with locked up anger inside can freely accuse others of.
Thank you fro your beautiful comment here. When it comes to non judgment we need to always begin work first on ourselves then and only then will non judgment become second nature to us…even toeards others. If you are a food critic, are you allowed to have judgments while tasting the food and still be mindful? You can complete the definition of nonjudgmental given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. I felt an acceptance of my limiting injury a thankfulness , an acceptance for the love of others, an acceptance for the love of myself, and an awareness of healing power when love is given unselfishly…yes without judging. It really for me comes down to being mindful in each moment of any thoughts I may be having about self or others. Zeenat you are a gem.
Your blog is a beautiful resource, a place of incredibly loving support. We forget in a moment our higher selves, our perfect selves, and our oneness. Hi Paige, I think its got to do with the way we are brought up. I knew I would not be able to go to work. Now I understand that we should accept people the way they are and stop finding loopholes in each and every thing and person.
Hello Zeenat i am shyjo and i have to tell you something about my life i have a very beautiful girlfriend and she is so sweet, caring and she is everything to me and we sometime fight and make up each other , we are planning to get married soon and she is so happy so i do , the only thing bothering us is we are too worried if we fight after marriage any kind how one should be dealt with it, i am little quizzical about being hurt by doing any kind of arguments or fighting , she is reminding me of things that would happen to our life tomorrow it might harm our relationship, i am in bit confused stage of what would happen if we fought, how one should compromise to the context, my question here is are we unnecessarily drawn to the fear caused by events that might happen tomorrow , should we really care about it can u help with this why we have to fight at all ……………. That tongue is like a whip lash on the heart if left untamed. Then I find that I am extremely harsh towards myself, in a way I would never be to others. After reading this post I have actually tried to acquire some of the things you have mentioned. That thought is the problem.