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Joe and Kate are joined by Liz Heather to talk about how being judgmental is truly a reflection of how hard you are on yourself. Kate talks about a "fight" her and Joe got into when she started judging people who wear a lot of make up, and how it made her see things in a new light.
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Be Non-Judgmental of Yourself and Others
Radio Talk, September 06, 2014 @ 8pm Chicago Time
We don’t even bother to get to know the people… yet we can’t keep a handle on that muscle inside our mouth – to judging the people. That tongue is like a whip lash on the heart if left untamed. And this very tongue has the power to inspire and empower with love if we live heart centered lives.
Stop Being Judgmental, and Start Being Compassionate.
Being non-judgmental, can lead to lower levels of depression, anxiety and stress-related illnesses.
“Look at the weaknesses of others with compassion, not accusation. It’s not what they are not doing or should be doing that’s the issue. The issue is your own chosen response to the situation and what you should be doing. If you start to think the problem is “out there,” stop yourself. That thought is the problem.” ~ Stephen Covey in his famous 7 Habits of the Highly Successful People
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Being Judgmental – Part 3
Radio Talk, September 13, 2014
Judgmental is not stating an opinion or even labeling something as "good" or "bad". Being judgmental is when based on one quality of someone or something you conclude about his whole nature, about all his other qualities. You judge his wholeness based on one aspect.
“Be Curious, Not Judgmental.” ~ Walt Whitman
Judgment is a Thought that Arises within Awareness.
Even very enlightened people judge! It is the nature of the human mind. And, it’s usually more harmful than helpful. Working to let go of being judgmental is a lifelong practice—one that can start right now in this moment.
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Many of us have been programmed to be judgmental. That includes judgment of ourselves and others. Let’s talk about how we can use discernment to make decisions and look at situations, people, and ourselves. How would it feel to live true to yourself, in alignment with your heart? How can color therapy assist in this shift? Join the conversation with Arlene Arnold, color therapist; spiritual guide & healing facilitator.
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Why are People so Judgmental?
Radio Talk, August 30, 2014
"When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself." – Wayne Dyer
“It is not for me to judge another man's life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone." –Hermann Hesse, in Siddhartha
“We are all hypocrites. We cannot see ourselves or judge ourselves the way we see and judge others.” –José Emilio Pacheco, in Battles in the Desert and Other Stories
"Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." –Matthew 7:1-2
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." –John 8:7
"Whenever we act as judge between people, we make them hate each other even more and one side ends up hating us, too." –Izzy Kalman
"Before You Judge me, make sure that You are Perfect."
Judging is a precarious business. Traditional psychology and most religious and ethical systems advise us not to judge our fellow human beings. Judging other people makes it difficult to understand and help them.
This episode is on spirituality and it's a question that you must ask yourself what you have done nice today to help someone? It can be a simple gesture of a smile or a friendly hello. I am trying to help people who have been densensitized by the mainstream media. We are not encouraged to help the homeless and infact many homeless people have been removed by Fema saying they are taking them to shelters but if you read further they have been dropped off in the woods. They say homeless people look bad for business. Well, anyone of us can be homeless including someone well off if a family member gets cancer and they meet a donut hoole in their insurance.
People who need help because their car is broken down or if someone is yelling for help please call the police. Have compassion for everyone and don't judge someone by what they wear, what they look like or what they drive. Even people who use food stamps (Snap) probably need them and again we assume that these people are too lazy to work and that's not the case. Disabled people need help too and I've seen such uncompassionate people on airplanes because someone is in a wheelchair and it takes maybe 5-10 seconds for a man to fold the wheelchair.
Maybe, someone seems angry or annoyed but we don't know why. We need to be compassionate as I know if I am having uncontrolled pain I can be annoyed sitting next to a couple who is too cheap buying a seat for their toddler on a 4 hour flight who will scream and fuss which is normal for the child. I blame the parents. Who stands up for the toddler which made the news who was fondled inappropriately by the TSA? No one did. Passengers just kept on walking through the security checkpoint.
We need to stop being so selfish and pretending we don't see or hear what is occurring.
I will answer psychic questions. - MIA
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Another thing is also I find myself wanting to give up on life (even in my teens) whenever I feel my heart sinking but as usual my resilient self will set in. It may not be resilience but a choice that I don't want to dwell in it. How do I help myself? My son thinks most people are bad & is very judgmental. He doesn't have any close frens. He says he can't forgive me for things I said to him during his teens or things I didn't support him in etc. I can't even advise him as he will always tell me the 'realities' as he believes it & never fails to remind me that the 'rot' in him is because of me. How do I help him? Why do I get anxieties/fear that my son will not be pleased with certain things that we do eg giving chocs or cookies to colleagues without asking him whet he wants it or not. How do I not live this way? How do I make my love perfect (1 John 4:18)? I went to Elijah Hse (some classes on inner healing) wanting to know how to change to help my son. I didn't hv a very good childhood but I grew up thinking most people are good & everyone including myself says I am a happy go lucky person. But in EH I found myself crying in some topics. During some sessions I can cry for more than an hr (waves and waves just keep coming up from my belly to my throat) but I don't even know why. I was told I may hv self hatred and hopelessness. I also realised I don't know how to love myself (I can give my money to people easily but buying something for myself is a very hard thing. I also know I wasn't in touch with my heart and that was why I always seem to be so busy. Last question is : I hv been praying to God/Jesus for wisdom and find myself striving but can't seem to feel any closer to God..
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Listen to the track record of shows and enjoy. Judge Wyld, Seattle's 1st Man, host of the The Judge Wyld Show on KAVD 103.1 FM is now on BTR. Judge Wyld rants on the many subjects that make your life shallow and stressful. Call in and clash ideas with Judge on Politics, Holidays, Relationships, Parenting, Spirituality, Life, Death, Health, Working, Job, Career, Music, Movies, Law and more! Judge Wyld reserves the right to be judgmental ABOUT YOU. Guaranteed that you are judging Judge Wyld right now!
Seattle's 1st Man, Judge Wyld, experienced talk show host extends his love and intelligence in short impromptu rants to uplift all parents, singles, churches, athiests, sports fans, teenagers, college kids, politicians, school boards, city councils.... Life deserves to be better through intellect and serious thought about why and what we are doing in all phases of life. Think about what you do. This program doesn't sell anything. It's not an infomercial for CDs or books or a spooky spiritual cosmic wacky fringe experience. It's talk from the heart with great passion to expose everyone to intellect and analyzing skills in every part of their lives. Learn early in life and apply intelligence and independent thinking throughout life... and have a blast doing it. FUN Humor Love. Judge Wyld
Looking for a practitioner who can put it all together? Meet the newest addition to our referral list of Methyaltion Practitioners, Jon Cuzion!
On Monday, August 24th, 2015 at 8 pm Eastern, Dr Jess Armine will interview Jon Cuzion. I call Jon a "Renaissance Man" due to his many areas of expertise. He was once a medical doctor but found that limiting. Now he has trained in numerous areas of healing.
Jon writes in hius website (sacredsurfhealing.com):
"Your symptoms are not you, and they're not your fault...You're a multidimensional being with infinite inputs. Some of those inputs are beneficial, like clean water, soil, foods air, nature, laughter and loving relationships. And some of them are, uh, less than good, say for example, pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, poorly prescribed medications, mean, lazy and wicked people, bacterial infested tick's, waterborne pathogens, pathogenic viruses, GMO foods, mold, fungi, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, blah, blah, blah, ad nauseum. You get it?
"After all, I can do the forensics, do the pathology, figure out the cause,-effect, symptoms, evaluate your genetic predispositions, identify pathogens, determine your neurotransmitter levels, your corticosteroids, your nutrient uptake, toxic load and reset your detoxification system, but if you have some form of hidden destruct saboteur or saboteuse within, that wants to keep doing the same old things that got you into the hole. If I'm going to commit to this, then I have to trust you to commit to your own wellness. This is what I do because I love it, and I only want to work with you if are exceedingly compassionate, non-judgmental, trusting, loving, passionate and caring to you, just as I will be."
Jon is funny, compassionate, crazy smart and we are honored to have him on the team! Join us and meet him!
It's human nature to have personal opinions concerning other people ... but ... as hosts and mediators, we must strive tot be non-judgmental.
This show, we are going to discuss ways to keep our personal opinions private, and the process non-judgmental.
As always, we will have two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Beef Stew, and the "adventure" recipe will be Eggplant Pasta Pie.
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A. Memoir of a Political Refugee, and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com.
Our Guest: Peter Wilkes.
As thousands abandon Religion (capital "R") and seek God in new
ways, Peter Wilkes says a fresh understanding of the Almighty may
transform the world. Imagine a world with a motherly God: open,
loving, and compassionate, instead of severe and judgmental. He
illustrates this bold vision in a little book that asks big questions,
A Woman Called God ($9.75, Illustrated Paperback, April 1, 2015).
In this adorably playful, yet poignant and timely book, A Woman Called
God asks all of us – women and men alike – to consider how the
world would look if our universal perception of The Creator were not
male but female: a mother-figure of unconditional love.
An illustrated book for all ages, A Woman Called God revolutionizes
the traditional tenets of organized religion and encourages open
dialogue about the nature of God, fresh discussion about
"religion" vs. "faith," and interfaith understanding.
Far from insisting that God is a woman, Mr. Wilkes asks us to ponder
if that one changed perception could lead us to a greater
understanding and empathy for everyone on this earth.
In A Woman Called God, the first in his series of Little books for Big people TM, he goes back to the source and examines how it's possible to leave the institution of Religion behind and spiritually reclaim your soul. Peter always welcomes intelligent discussions on the subject he writes about. Learn more at www.AWomanCalledGod.com.
Years ago it just wouldn’t happen. News would be buried. Unrighteous acts hidden. But today, not even fire can spread as fast as word on the internet. In today’s electronic age, nothing is sacred, nothing is secret.
This week on Apocalypse Nana, Rob and Jackie discuss how the internet and social media has changed the way we live and view things. How it has influenced our knowledge and ability to be judgmental. On the positive said, how it has helped us to be more aware and proactive to injustices in the world.
In good old fashioned debate style, Rob and Jackie tackle today’s hottest controversy subjects. Such as Sandra Bland and Hulk Hogan.
We will also discuss if this sudden need to closely examine everyone’s lives will carry over into the apocalypse or will, finally, privacy prevail when the end comes.
With us, this week, Katelyn will be editing Beginnings while we broadcast and special possible guest, Ed Huang, AKA Henry. May be there, but hasn’t a clue he will be on our show.
It’s a show you don’t want to miss!
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