We make quick judgments every day about everything we see and put these things into categories, such as healthy/ unhealthy, affordable/ expensive, and good/ bad. And how much more often do we make judgments about ourselves?
Mindfulness, or living in the present moment, gives us the space to practice nonjudgment. First, we acknowledge how often we judge and that it is not necessary to judge. Then we can practice living in the present and accepting the world, ourselves, and others as they are.
Learn more about Stanford School of Medicine professor, physician, best-selling author of Pain without Gain, and mindfulness expert Greg Hammer, MD, at greghammermd.com.
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