Judgmental Pattern Meditation

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If you have a Judgmental Pattern, you tend to criticize people when something goes wrong or you are unhappy about the way they are relating to you. When you want someone to change their behavior, you lead with a judgment about what they doing wrong. You may even be angry or condescending in the process. This doesn’t actually work very well in terms of encouraging a person to listen to you. Most likely a person will get defensive or counterattack by blaming you. So this pattern often leads to arguments or fights where not much is accomplished.

About 25 minutes
Written by Jay Earley, performed by Alexis Zielke

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About 25 minutes
Written by Jay Earley, performed by Alexis Zielke

If you have a Judgmental Pattern, you tend to criticize people when something goes wrong or you are unhappy about the way they are relating to you. When you want someone to change their behavior, you lead with a judgment about what they are doing wrong. You may even be angry or condescending in the process. This doesn’t actually work very well in terms of encouraging a person to listen to you. Most likely a person will get defensive or counterattack by blaming you. So this pattern often leads to arguments or fights in which not much is accomplished.

You may have a tendency to be critical of people even when you aren’t unhappy with them. You may find pleasure in picking out the things that people aren’t doing to your standards. You may assume that you are right and that other people are wrong or stupid. You may become judgmental whenever you are frustrated with someone.

You might feel¬†judgmental toward people even if you don’t express this outwardly. You may just look down on them in your mind while you refrain from showing this. You might even avoid conflict with people while feeling critical and superior to them.

When someone brings up an issue with you that they are concerned about, if you have a Judgmental Pattern, you may try to convince them that it is really their fault, not yours. You probably won’t listen to them and will defend yourself by trying to prove that they are the culprit.

This guided meditation takes you through an IFS session in which you access this part, get into Self, get to know the part, find out its positive intent for you, and develop a trusting relationship with it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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