Affirmations for judgement (35+)

Affirmations for judgement

  • Even though I keep judging this person, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
  • I always use my results as a stepping-stone to move forward.
  • I am a loving person who contributes to a more loving world.
  • I am a role model for what I want to see in the world.
  • I am free of the need to judge other people. I have my own life to occupy my attention and I allow others to live their lives free of my opinions. Everyone is free to make their own choices.
  • I am willing to foster peace in myself so that I can bring people into my peace.
  • I am willing to release judgment because I am ready to be free.
  • I don’t know all that is happening in your life
  • I don’t know every part of you
  • I don’t know every part of your life
  • I don’t know how you’re doing your best
  • I don’t know the problems you face
  • I don’t know what you’re going through
  • I don’t know your courage
  • I don’t know your fears
  • I don’t know your future
  • I don’t know your hurts
  • I don’t know your insecurities
  • I don’t know your intentions
  • I don’t know your losses
  • I don’t know your motivations
  • I don’t know your pains
  • I don’t know your past
  • I don’t know your struggles
  • I don’t know, I just don’t know
  • I don’t know, you just don’t know
  • I don’t need to know everything
  • I don’t need to know your reasons
  • I forgive so that I can feel better.
  • I increase my energy by choosing to love rather than judge. I expand my energy by giving love, receiving love, and promoting love.
  • I know that everyone around me is fighting their own private battles, so I give them the benefit of the doubt while still protecting myself. I am trusting in a thoughtful and intelligent way. People have my support and encouragement and value my kind and accepting heart.
  • I put myself into a more powerful mindset by being free of self-judgment.
  • I release any need to judge others or myself.
  • I send love to the people who need it most and clear the blocks that keep us apart.
  • I trade judgment for creativity. I think better and bigger.
  • I treat people in pain with compassion, not more pain.
  • I welcome less-than-perfect results because that is how I learn. Mistakes can be a great thing. I learn from my mistakes and encourage others to do the same.
  • Judging myself creates challenges that make my life more difficult. I am an awesome and capable person and know I can do amazing things. I release any need to judge myself.
  • Though it can be difficult, I am also free from self-judgment. I realize that perfection is an illusion. I strive for my best without comparison or harsh self-judgment.
  • Today, I am accepting of others. I appreciate the flaws I see in others and in myself. I use my mistakes as a learning tool and apply that learning to improve my life. I release any need to judge others and myself.
  • You don’t know all that is happening in my life
  • You don’t know every part of me
  • You don’t know every part of my life
  • You don’t know how I’m doing my best
  • You don’t know my courage
  • You don’t know my fears
  • You don’t know my future
  • You don’t know my hurts
  • You don’t know my insecurities
  • You don’t know my intentions
  • You don’t know my losses
  • You don’t know my motivations
  • You don’t know my pains
  • You don’t know my past
  • You don’t know my struggles
  • You don’t know the problems I face
  • You don’t know what I’m going through
  • You don’t know, you just don’t know
  • You don’t need to know everything
  • You don’t need to know my reasons

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Research Resources

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