We live in a time when people want to reduce others down to a single idea. Making it is easy to pass judgment on someone else without considering their whole story. Often judgment is a way for people to avoid looking at their own shortcomings. Is there a piece of themselves in the critique that is too difficult for them to look at? Join us as we explore how we can transcend judgment and move into a more compassionate way of being.
In this episode:
- Divine Spectacle:
- We consider that all people live in glass houses in some way, meaning that everyone has flaws and imperfections.
- We look at why we need to get our own house in order before we can criticize others and when it is important to speak out against injustices even when we don’t.
- Sacred Mind
- We look to the judge as an archetype both in the empowered and disempowered state.
- How our judgment of others stifles our own potential.
- We explore how biases lead to judgment and how to overcome our biases.
- How to transcend judgment from a mindfulness perspective.
- It’s Worth Your Time:
- Educated by Tara Westover.
- Her memoir about her time living in rural Idaho in a fundamentalist moron family. Looking at her struggles to claim her power/self in an abusive male-dominated household and religion.
- A fantastic book that explores the complexity of relationships, families and finding your own voice.