And, we're back.
Welcome to the second video in the 6-part video series that outlines the process I learned, practiced, and teach on how to go from "never enough" to "always okay."
If you missed the first video, you can watch it here.
In today's video, we are going to explore the second part of becoming the observer which helps us to answer the question: "So, now that I know what my judgments are, how do I practice more non-judgmental awareness?"
Watch today's video to learn more about what this means and just how to do it.
“Ask yourself if you are judging the moment or outcome as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ and challenge yourself to accept it ‘as is’—neither good nor bad, right nor wrong—we never know the purpose of a moment until the moment has passed.” ~ Gay Hendricks
I'm curious how it goes for you. Once you watch the video, let me know in the comments below or over on my Facebook page!
See you in the next video where we will explore the second stage to the SOAR framework and learn how to accept what is. You won't want to miss this one!