“Our rational society has taught us to judge, analyze, or evaluate virtually everything we experience. So ingrained is this training, that we feel incomplete when we haven’t processed each experience in this way. Yet judging, evaluating or analyzing anybody inhibits our ability to response to the real self of that person. People are not their thoughts and actions. People are their essences, which are always perfect.
Once we evaluate, judge, or analyze anything, we immediately stop the flow of energy through us. This creates discomfort in our bodies. We are then literally stuck with an experience the way we perceive it regardless of how it really is. Until we let go of our judgment of an experience, it ceases to be its true self and it continues to cause us discomfort.”
Arnold Patent, in “You Can Have It All”
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