When we were children, a natural reaction to how we experienced our environment was self judgment. We were innocent, self-centered, dependent on others for survival and vulnerable, and somewhere along the way we learned shame, guilt and fear. These feelings continue from subconscious memories throughout our life until we become aware that our behavior is merely the action of the beliefs from these cycles. Part of the process is to figure out at what age you learned this reactive behavior, and which parent was the greatest source of your behavior. As I learned in Soul Point, you then create your ideal mother and father and use that feeling of unconditional love, inspiration and validation to re-parent yourself. This allows you to come from a safe place that you created to teach your ego compassion: to not judge your judgment, shame your shame or be afraid to feel fear. When feelings and emotions come up, they present perfect opportunities for release and clearing. Be the observer and realize that "Part of me judges, and another part of me is curious about the judgment.” Be grateful for the conscious awareness learned from the shadow side of self judgment.
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