Who would you be if you stopped living your life based on judgement?
Brendon Watt discusses how to stop creating your reality based on your own judgements. Instead of believing you have to be and live a certain way because of how you want people to perceive you, just be you.
Listen to his views on removing self-judgement then ask yourself, how many judgements are you using to maintain the definition of you?
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You create barriers and distances between you and you when you judge yourself. Notice every time you judge yourself you feel further away from you.
People define themselves and create images based on their judgments. They will create an image off of what they’ve decided is good about them while keeping all of the things they’ve decided are wrong about them behind.
But, what if all the things are wrong about them or the things they’re judging is wrong about them are the things that are brilliant about them?
People show up as an image of what people have told them they are rather than being themselves.
When we are willing to be everything we are and are willing to be ourselves, then we can choose anything and be aware of every choice we’re making.
We think that we know what we have to be and what we have to do but we don’t actually get to be. We only get to do in order to keep this projected image of us.
What if your reality had no predictability but total chaos and choice in every moment to create something greater?
If you define yourself as something, how much judgement does it take to keep yourself confined within that definition?
We judge ourselves if we don’t show the traits of the definition we set.