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Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life Hardcover – January 2, 2018
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"Readers concerned about the downsides of judgment... will find relief in Bernstein's comforting words and concrete plans for action." (Publishers Weekly)
About the Author
Gabrielle Bernstein is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Universe Has Your Back as well as Miracles Now, May Cause Miracles, Add More Ing to Your Life, Spirit Junkie, and Judgment Detox. She was featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday as a “next-generation thought leader” and the New York Times named her “a new role model.” She appears regularly as an expert on The Dr. Oz Show and co-hosted the Guinness World Record largest guided meditation with Deepak Chopra.
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Im overwhelmed by the amount of clarity ive experienced and the rapid rate of my internal shift. After doing the exercises from the book i experienced one epiphany after another and now i see myself and others with a different perspective. its like something has lifted and i see everything differently.
I like the audiobook version because i can listen to the meditations with my eyes closed.
* IF * youre ready to really look at yourself, your thought patterns, forgive, and release the blame youve been clinging onto, i recomend this book.
At first I thought, how can I do this? Not judge anyone for anything? Jeez. That is impossible. Especially self judgment. I am my harshest critic. But the more I let go of judgment and accept people for who they are (and myself with all of my flub ups and mistakes), the better I feel. There are also exciting miracles. When I let go of the judgments, people feel it and they respond to me differently. It is so fascinating.
I realize how damaging judgement has been for me--physically and emotionally.
Judgment is indeed an addiction and to let go of it (again and again) has brought so much peace and joy into my life and the opportunity for the first time in many, many years to be totally in the present moment. I am over the moon happy that I have read it and now comes the hard work of continuing to put the principles into practice for the rest of my life.
If everyone read this book and put the principles into practice, the world would be a completely different place. Thank you Gabrielle Bernstein for putting this out into the world.
Just as with the first book of hers I read, May Cause Miracles, the Judgment Detox found it's way into my reading list at just the right time in my life to create a profound effect.
The Judgment Detox is a very easy read with simple, actionable steps that create a profound shift in the way you show up in your life each day.
If you've never read Gabby's work, you're in for a treat. Her level of honesty and authenticity is endearing and her guidance comes from her own experience.
This book came to me when I had began to focus on surrendering certain traits that no longer serve me, judgment being a primary one. If you are a human, this book applies to you!
Gabrielle offers up her best methodologies, several of them, to tackle the darkness of judgement and all the suffering it causes us and those around us. I like her breezy writing style and am familiar with most of the approaches she puts forth.
I think just deciding to recognize and stop judgment is a beautiful first step. Read this book if you want to get more concrete about it.
I love the topic covered here, and I really think it is important to our society today. However I struggled to read this, and have actually started/stopped multiple times. It is difficult to maintain momentum in reading this book. I would not recommend.