The Open Mind | October 28, 2015 | Uplifting | No Comments
by David Wolfe
Thanks to the emergence of technology and social media, we are quick to pass judgement on people based off of what they post on Facebook, tweet on Twitter, upload to Instagram, or snap on Snapchat.When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. – Wayne Dyer
But, how can we stop judgement from happening so quickly?
Here’s 3 quick ways to deal with judgement.
Take A Step BackWhen you come into a situation with a preconceived notion, it makes it harder to see the full picture and truly get to know someone. Remember to take a step back and remove any thoughts from your mind.
By removing these thoughts, you open yourself up to being able to learn about someone. Over time you will get better at learning to love others which allows you to love yourself. This plays directly into the next way to deal with judgement.
Think PositivelyIf you are able to control your thoughts, learn to love others and yourself, you can easily begin to switch your focus from negativity to positivity. Whether you’re being judged or doing the judging, if you can learn to switch your mindset. It can be a game changer.
Thinking positive thoughts will help you to gain inner confidence which affects how you carry yourself when faced with judgement.
Don’t Sweat The Small StuffIn certain moments, it’s best you ignore what others have said or to walk away. The steps above will help you to grow thick skin; so when people judge you, you know it’s because they have a limited understanding of you. Don’t sweat the small stuff, instead be the bigger person and remove yourself from the situation.
As long as you are living and doing something worthwhile, people will judge you. That’s the sad part. But, the good part is that you will become both mentally and spiritually free.
Check out this clip for more ways to stop being judgmental.
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