Learn How To Stop Judging Yourself: You Are Only Human

Learn How To Stop Judging Yourself: You Are Only Human

Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life

Judging yourself is keeping you from moving on with your life. We are human. We are not expected to be perfect. If life teaches us anything it is that we are supposed to make massive poor decisions in life.

However, these decisions are not meant to cripple us but to elevate us.

It was only until I started to forgive myself, until I stopped judging myself, and allowed myself to be HUMAN that I was finally able to move on in life.

I know for many of us who have been hurt by the narcissist we feel so stupid for staying so long.

But every day that we spend focusing on all the time we lost, blaming ourselves for being stupid, and judging ourselves to extreme standards, we rob ourselves of life.

If you are trying to stop judging yourself and would like to learn some skills to do so, I highly recommend that you give “Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life” a read.

Summary

The Judgment Detox is an interactive six-step process that calls on spiritual principles from the text A Course in Miracles, Kundalini yoga, the Emotional Freedom Technique (aka Tapping), meditation, prayer and metaphysical teachings. I’ve demystified these principles to make them easy to commit to and apply in your daily life. Each lesson builds upon the next to support true healing. When you commit to following the process and become willing to let go, judgment, pain and suffering will begin to dissolve.

Quotes

“Judgment is the number one reason we feel blocked, sad, and alone. Our popular culture and media place enormous value on social status, looks, racial and religious separation, and material wealth. We are made to feel less than, separate, and not good enough, so we use judgment to insulate ourselves from the pain of feeling inadequate, insecure, or unworthy. It’s easier to make fun of, write off, or judge someone for a perceived weakness of theirs than it is to examine our own sense of lack.”― Gabrielle Bernstein

“The root cause of all judgment is the fear of not being good enough, not being worthy of love, and not being safe.”― Gabrielle Bernstein

“In response to this desolation, you’ll judge the special person for not being who you thought (or hoped) they were. When your idol falls, you fall with them. Whenever we believe anyone to be the source of our happiness or pain, we ultimately project our guilt onto them and begin the judgment cycle.”― Gabrielle Bernstein

Get the book here 👉 “Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life

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