When, how, and more importantly why did we learn to judge and criticize others? At what point in our lives did we feel we had power over someone else's life? Why do we feel we can be the authority over someone else's moral, ethical, and life values?
Every religious, scholar, or life coach states that passing judgement is a way to justify negative, self loathing, and an evil capacity caused by the the fatal poison of judgement that was cast on them.
Simply stated- what you say about others is what you really think about yourself. The more negative and or bad things you say about someone, the more you are continuing to fuel your own bad and negative part of yourself. It's a very nasty and brutal cycle that needs to be broken for the sake of sanity and peace! The consequences are lethal because if we don't resolve this about ourselves, we pass it on to our children, friends (if we manage to keep any), colleagues, etc.
It is that part of your subconscious mind that was programmed early in your childhood that sought survival from the massive pain that was never re-conciled that automatically keeps you being a judge mental person! These type of people are never at peace, don't know true love, and hate themselves. They will never know the essence of God's true love because if they did, they would know that they are one in the same with everyone else. They would understand and have no doubt that everyone is entitled to divinity and they would always find the good in people. Never -ever needing to pass judgement!
The good news is- you can take control of your mind! You can become someone who lifts others up.
1. Take responsibility for all your actions
2. Forgive yourself and others
3. Practice seeing the good in people and compliment
4. Resist being around those who pass negative judgement
5. Love yourself and the magic will begin
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"