What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged? – Aplifers


Did you read the question, yes!
If you knew that you would not be convicted … What is the first thing that comes to mind? No no! You don’t have to choose…
Look who came first. Was it a faint smile or a bitter sigh?
Realize now what and for whom you are putting your own dreams on the shelf.
Don’t listen to anyone. Free yourself.
Other people’s opinions don’t matter. Your dreams matter!
“This life is yours; Cliche expressions like “live as you wish…” appear on every platform.
And every time he thought to himself: “It was so easy! Giving advice is easy, but implementing it? I guess he did.

Of course, we cannot cleanse ourselves of the influence of the people around us. After all, we are social beings and we have needs like belonging, inclusion, connection, sharing. To meet these needs, we are taught during childhood to exhibit behaviors that our parents, then our extended family, and then the people with whom we have social relationships can accept and consider “normal”. We are put into forms because we think that it is easier to continue living in these forms. This is how we slowly disconnect from ourselves…

What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged?

I will take the stage. I dance. I can sing.

I move more freely. I’m joking, I say how I feel.

I don’t run to college as soon as I graduate from high school. I know the world and life and thus pave my way.

I will never marry.

I will leave work tomorrow. I wander, dust, enjoy.

What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged?

It’s not a matter of success, so please don’t confuse it with success!
Be who you are…
All with truth. Do not deceive yourself and the environment.
The first resignation happened when you were a very young child so that your mom and dad would love you. Maybe you stopped wanting, maybe you stopped trying. You stopped asking questions under the influence of those who missed you, who looked at life with hungry eyes in their own struggle. One by one, you put your curiosity and madness behind you to display positive behavior.
Over time, the outer critics have handed over their responsibilities to a stronger critic: your inner voice.
They no longer need to block you; you started to stand in front of you!
How much your inner voice says! Most of the time he does not support her, talks about difficulties, negativity and what can happen to him. It takes courage; instead, it leaves you timid, vague, weak. You say, “I would never do anything to be criticized.”
You become a spectator, not an actor.
Life flows.
You stay away without soaping or getting your hands dirty, you’re wasting your life…
I don’t force myself to say “…”!
Great job.
Don’t make him say it, don’t make him say it, you’ll live proud and proud if yours is called live!

What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged?

Who do you think will judge you?
Neil Karaibrahimgil sings beautifully in “My Youth with Love”: “Don’t listen to what your neighbor says. The neighbor will talk about your life for 15 minutes and you will live it until you die.”
Very clear! What have you given up or are giving up just because of this?

Judge not lest you be judged!
Do my own judgments prevent me from boldly choosing the path that nourishes me?
I evaluate well/badly/not enough/more/less everything that happens, everyone and, above all, myself. Most of the time I am not even aware that I am making these estimates. It just pops out of the automatic place…

So where does all this judgment come from?
Carl G. Jung said, “Thinking is difficult, so people judge.” Our mind does this automatically. Quickly, every moment, everything, every experience, every.
He classifies them as good, bad, neutral, neutral. Reproducing the good, avoiding the bad, and ignoring the neutral is a strategy that keeps you alive.

prof. Dr. According to Jon Kabat-Zinn, mindfulness is the ability to consciously and unbiasedly pay attention to what is happening.
An open-minded environment requires an open-minded attitude. Free from judgment… Away from criticism. An approach that notices and observes moments of judgment and postpones them for a certain period of time. An attitude that eases the burden, breathes and, most importantly, expands your prospects even for a certain period of time. To accept what is, as it is, staying with what is, not evaluating it as good or bad, not trying to change something …

What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged?

Let’s see how it will be, not what will happen …
For example, you can have some peace.
As Mevlana said, there is a place beyond good and evil; Let’s meet there. It’s quiet and calm here… and even compassionate…

For example, you can be more free.
Instead of focusing on goals, goals, or personal achievements, pleasure and experience come to the fore.

For example, you can look at what is happening around you with more curious eyes. The quality of your life will improve, you will enjoy the little things. After all, little things are not little things at all! * (Jon Kabat-Zinn)

Focus on the essentials!
Set aside judgment
Just stay with what’s happening.
I don’t appreciate what’s going on.
See how you perceive what is happening!
Your judgments are coming.
Take a deep breath.
Focus on your breathing and let go of your judgments.
You don’t need to change anything.
Just stay with what you have.
with your breath.
And again.

What would you do if you knew that you would not be judged?

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