Glaring (Judgment)

Glaring.

I’m glaring at you for your glaring mistakes. The glare in your eyes was hardly an excuse, isn’t that glaringly obvious?!

Ah, judgment. We all judge. Ourselves especially. *sigh*

Victim. Judge. Have I mentioned the mitote yet? Oh, right — I did here.

Long short, “mitote” roughly translates to voices, like those in a marketplace: loud, overlapping, demanding. The mitote is a representation of all the voices/messages in our minds. The purpose of a mitote journal is to capture those voices, externalize them, and observe them. It helps a lot with removing and quieting judgment.

Another thought to consider is the impact of self-importance. More on that later. For now, go check out this other post detailing thought-policing and the mitote. I hope you’ll enjoy it.

‘Night!
– Ryan

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