REPOSTED FROM CRT 2013
Judgement is like a mirror of attachments. It is actually what will tell you a lot about what you are attached to or how you think/feel about yourself. If you look at the world as a mirror where everyone else just has a different face, it can really help you dig deep down inside yourself. I know it sounds odd, we are so used to pointing out the flaws of everyone outside of ourselves that isn't until you actually realize that everyone out there is really a part of you that what you are doing is pointing out the things that you don't like about yourself.
Ever called someone else "fat" or "ugly" or "stupid"... now search deep down inside you and really think about how those words relate to yourself. In 100% of the instances you will find that either you feel that way about yourself (or a close proximity fat = unattractive in some way, etc) or someone one at some point called you something similar and you haven't gotten over it.
Generally what I do is try and figure out why I'm thinking certain things about a person. Why I had that reaction. What in my life reminds me of what I just said/thought. Where is it all coming from. If for some reason I can't figure it out exactly then I start fiddling with the emotion of it, why am I angry, do I need to get anger out from something that happened before?
At first it was really easy for me to figure out where things were coming from. It was all the surface stuff, things I had been carrying around me forever. Then it started getting tougher so I found The DNA of Healing and started doing the work. Margaret Ruby's 5 steps to healing really helped with a lot of what was buried deep down.
According to Franco DeNicola some of the stuff we have to purge is emotions from past lives. In this case we may not be able to delve down to figure out where it came from. What I do is figure out why I would have such a reaction. Say someone cuts me off in traffic and I get angry, why am I angry, well it could be fear of getting in an accident, fear of getting hurt, fear of death, lack of control over the situation and so on and so forth. I also want to remember to fully feel the emotion without letting it take over. In other words be angry just don't try and get back at the person. You can continue to drive safely but let the angry free, scream, yell, punch the EMPTY seat next to you, whatever, just get the emotion out. Both of these help to purge the emotion.
Lisa Transcendence Brown also made a comment in a video I was watching (you can find a few of her videos on YouTube under her channel but there are also a bunch of her on other peoples shows via YouTube) about judgement being one of the last things we let go of. So don't beat yourself up if your still judging people, just be aware that what is really happening is your soul is letting you know what you need to work on next!