Imagine that everyone you see today, everyone you come in to contact with – is You.
If you meet someone annoying, imagine they are reflecting annoying aspects of You.
If you meet someone angry, imagine they are reflecting ways in which you become angry – do you remember being angry? What if someone saw you that day. What would they think about you? What are you thinking about that angry person you can see on the street, in the office, at the shops?
We are so quick to judge yet we hate being judged. This is a great exercise to apply to become less judgmental of others. When you think of them as being parts of You, you’ll find it easier to ask yourself why they are behaving that way. Recognising that we have the potential to behave in the same way given the right circumstances allows us to empathise rather than criticise.
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