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Why being constantly judging others would make you miserable

  • Judging increases isolation and separation, because it emphasizes our differences rather than our similarities. Whenever you judge yourself or others as being inferior or superior, better or worse, smarter or dumber, prettier or uglier, stronger or weaker, fatter or thinner, richer or poorer, you still feel separate 
  • Judging reinforces our preconceptions and thus limits our experiences. Most of us are constantly judging our experiences, and this keeps us from fully experiencing them. 
  • When you become the judge, you also may become the jury and executioner. That is, you may find ways to sentence and punish yourself

 ~ Quoted from Dr Dean Ornish- Dr Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease.

Dr Dean’s method of reversing heart diseases, even acute ones mainly through lifestyle changes is scientificall proven and medically accepted.

He mentioned character traits that makes a person surceptible to heart attacks and blocked arteries. And he has a comprehensive and systematic methodology for reversing it. I really wonder why most governments do not seriously implement his methods since heart disease is the number 1 killer. It only involves inexpensive lifestyle changes.

I strongly recommend his book of reversing heart disease as well as his other books which are available in electronic version:

 

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