AFFIRMATION: I practice Non Judgment

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AFFIRMATION: I practice Non Judgment

When we meditate, we have stream of ; judging, judging, judging..

We start to notice that we are constantly labeling and judging everything as: Good/Bad, This/That, Black/White, Like/Dislike, want or don’t want.

practice is defined as “Non-judgmental, moment to moment awareness”. The third fondation of Mindfulness is Non Judgement.

When we start paying attention to our thoughts we soon realize all the ideas and opinions we have about everything. So how do we get to gently be Non-judgmental?

Take a deep breath, Allow yourself to Relax. Repeat the Affirmation saying following and allowing yourself to relax: 

I practice Non-Judgment!

Affirmation

Apply the below technique as a way to change your and program your mind to always know deeply that you are and calm!

There are seven attitudinal foundations of mindfulness described by Jon Kabat-Zinn as the “major pillars of mindfulness practice”. The third one is Non Judging.

The practice of not judging is not so that there won’t be any non judging, rather its to help us recognize the constant way we operate.  It’s to help us cultivate Discernment – the ability to judge well. 

If we be aware of our thinking, the lens from which we see everything, if we can gently Non Judge then we will have Clarity, Understanding to see things as they are. From this we will have freedom and new way to Respond vs. Reacting. 

Try below practice to cultivate Non Judging as part of your Mindfulness meditation: 

REFLECT: As you settle, what thoughts come to mind. Does your mind then wander and can you see any judgements coming up about a person, event

RESPOND: See if you can Note your feelings, sensations without getting hooked into the experience.

INTEGRATE:  Remember this “nonjudgmental noting” exercise and it will help you practice separating your judgment of your experiences from the experiences themselves.

AFFIRM IT if you agree, and REPEAT this affirmation daily, during the day that, accept things the way they are!

Combine reading and applying Reflect and Respond practice with Mindfulness’s foundation of Non-Judging and this quote:

“Only a non-judgmental mind has intelligence, because it is spontaneously responding to reality.

OSHO

We all have limiting beliefs that prevent us from doing more than we think we can. 

We all go through tough times in our lives and often due to things that have happened in past, feel we are not capable, worthy or we can’t. 

We strongly believe that repeating an affirmation can change the way we think of our and of others. And if that thought happens to be a positive one, then it can do wonders for those who read it and apply it. 

Studies shows that Positive Affirmations are a powerful way to improve our mindset on a daily basis. How we start our mornings, sets our entire day. We must start our day with gratitude, and care of each other.  

We hope to help you rewrite your day into a positive one with a Daily Affirmation. 

 

Post Author:  Jas. Singh. I have often found myself searching for positive quotes for myself, for my daughters. I have made it my goal to publish daily posts with Positive, quotes that are encouraging for us to learn from and apply into our daily lives.

I encourage you to not only read this quote but also to think and write does it mean to you, what and how you will apply it. If you are a leader or manager, inspire, motivate and share the positive quote with others.

Consider Mindfulness meditation as a way to help calm down and reflect on the message.

You  read all of my past Top 50 positive encouraging-Quotes

 

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