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Letting Go of Judgment

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Do you find yourself getting stuck in judgment? Yet what's the cost of this for you? Learn how to free yourself from the burden that is judgment. 
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Jake
Judgement
Judging a person not only affects someone’s mood, but also affects yours as well, there’s nothing to gain from it, so why do it?
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Joel
I learned that
My actions effect another humans life in a big way and I should be kinder to them and show them that they're in loving environments
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Kyra
Judging
no matter what happens we will always find ourselves judging others and we will always get judged.
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Bella
Cycle of Judgement
I learned that not only should you not judge other people, but you shouldn’t judge yourself when you do.
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Lo
Release Judgement Release Anger
I listened to this after I began to get upset of the everyday annoyance I get from my roommate. My roommate does not contribute to house chores the way I do and it upsets me on a normally basis. I played this session of letting go of judgement and I learned that I need to accept that we have different skills; I am getting upset because I am setting expectations that he is not capable of and if I don’t have those expectations I am less likely to be disappointed. I learned that maybe I was just raised differently, that we are two different people and I should look for a solution instead of getting upset. I should assign the jobs I know he will complete.
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Chelsea
Judgment
I was reminded that everyone is making their way through life doing the best that they can. It's important to remember this instead of jump right to passing judgment on someone.
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Kenzli
Judgement
U should just let stuff go and put yourself in there shoes and tell your self that you are judging and admit to it
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Rikki-Ann
Judgement
I myself fear judgment but I’m always so quick to judge someone else... I need to always put myself in their shoes because you never know if my judgement was the last thing that just pushes them over the edge. Peace & Love
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Leslie
Judging
I dislike being judged yet I am fine with judging someone else. I notice this is not okay and I try to stop the judgement from going any further. Practicing the habit of thinking peaceful thoughts or wishing peace upon others is a new way I can start looking at the world.
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Samantha
Judgement
Thinking critically of others has lead me to think critically about myself, creating a vicious cycle. I also noticed, something that I’m not very proud of, is that I often judge others because I’m jealous or comparing myself to that person, and want to point out his or her flaws. This does lead to feelings of isolation. This promotes negative self talk, self image, and all around negativity. I like the idea of just labeling the judging (without judging yourself) and thinking of that person who is also trying their best.
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Clare
Judgement
This is the first life coaching session that I’ve completed and I got a lot out of it. It really helped me to let go of judgment especially around my ex-husband
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Chelsea
Judgement
I learned that I do tend to judge others a lot, and some of my friends relate to me with that. I need to start looking more into the good of people instead of the bad, because I wouldn’t want someone to judge me like that.
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Richard
Letting Go of Judgement
I learned that I use judgement to bond with other people. I don’t know how to find common ground using positive thought.
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Lexi
4/16/18 11:50pm
First time using this and I’m feeling relaxed . I feel this has really calmed my nerves for how upset i was
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Sashalee
My review on Letting go of judgement
I learn that judging people is to make you feel comfortable/better about your self however, it does the opposite;it actually makes you feel worse. When you someone do something and you’re quick to judge its best to ask yourself why do you think they behave a certain way or say certain think. Try to be emphatic.
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Kathy
Judgment
It’s good for me to be reminded of this from time to time. I find that I am much more aware of when I am being judgmental than before I joined Aura. I am grateful. Thank you for the reminder. I listen to it frequently.
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Good reminder but need more tips on how to do it
I’d like more ideas about how to judge less often. I once heard great advice about not assigning motives to someone’s behavior. Criticize the behavior if needed, but don’t think you know the reasons behind it, because you might be wrong. Maybe that’s where I need to start.
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Alexander
Self compassion and compassion for others
learn to recognize when we are being judgemental to others, its hard because our natural instincts can smell the deception/lies of others, pratice compassion, everyone has problems and struggles in life, we are prone to commit a mistake, we should keep on trying. grow one day at a time
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Bobby
Judgment
Most of my judgments come from when I’m really feeling down on myself. Another realization on judgment is when I see myself in someone else that I disapprove of my own behavior and/or behavior of attention seeking.
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Jennifer
Judgement
I notice that I become more judgemental of others when I am feeling overwhelmed myself ... or when I feel guilty about not doing enough for others ...
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Britt
Judgement
I needed this. I have been stuck in such a funk and I know it’s because of the distance I’ve caused from being judgy. I’m not proud of this aspect of my personality and plan to keep working to be better.
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Taylor
Judgement
I learned that I have a problem with judging myself more than others. If I can be kind to myself as I am to others I will be able to accept failure and learn from it
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Amber
Judgement
While listening to this it made me realize all the wasted energy that can be expelled judging others. However, wishing them well and wishing yourself well can bring a sense of peace. Thank you 😊