Judgement. Publicized to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. What do you think of this topic or that topic. Is this person good or bad. Are these activities worthy. Exclusivity for the sake of pretending to be exclusive. In the end, these pursuits lead to a box; and boxes contain. Why not instead, be a free and informed thinker. Stay on the outside of boxes. Stop judging.
Of course I could blog about all the reasons one should not judge. In the end, however, that would be a waste of time. If you use judgement to gain a sense of power, then I doubt that anything I could write would sway you do otherwise. While many people may be fooled by that tactic, I am not. My goal here is to present the idea of total freedom. Freedom to realize full potential; without harming self or others.
Here are a few ideas for removing the weight of judgement from your life:
- Don’t get caught up in judging. When you are invited to judge by self or others, don’t. Take a deep breath, consciously stop neuronal progression, and change to a different activity.
- Know that others judge as a means to exert control. However, there is no power in judgement. See judging people for who they are – small children with no power – and refuse to entertain the judgement of others.
- Exchange your judgement for discernment. Really listen to what people are saying and watch their actions. Is the person trying to puff him or herself up and do their actions match their words? People who are researched and knowledgable have no need to convince others of anything.
- Live as if. Live as if nothing and no one can stop you; because they can’t. You and you alone hold your success in your hands.
- Promote yourself to CEO. You are the CEO of your life. Your life is a major corporation and you are in charge. As the CEO, what decisions can you make to ensure the happiness and success of your company?
All the best,