Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life

Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein comes a clear, proactive, step-by-step process to release the beliefs that hold you back from living a better life.This six-step practice offers many promises. Petty resentments will disappear, compassion will replace attack, the energy of resistance will transform into freedom and you’ll feel more peace and hap...

DownloadRead Online
Title:Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life
Author:Gabrielle Bernstein
Rating:
Edition Language:English

Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life Reviews

  • Peg Samuel

    The concept of judgement holding us back is thought-provoking, Gabby makes it relatable & easy to understand giving a toolbox full of actionable directions to guide us back to a joyful & serene existence.

  • Laurie

    Every few years, I come upon a book that is life changing. I read this at the right time for me. All the puzzle pieces are clicking into place. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) exercises, the prayers, the meditations and the journal that comes with it all have transformed how I am living my life.

    At first I thought, how can I do this? Not judge anyone for anything? Jeez. That is impossible. Especially self judgment. I am my harshest critic. But the more I let go of judgment and accept peopl

    Every few years, I come upon a book that is life changing. I read this at the right time for me. All the puzzle pieces are clicking into place. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) exercises, the prayers, the meditations and the journal that comes with it all have transformed how I am living my life.

    At first I thought, how can I do this? Not judge anyone for anything? Jeez. That is impossible. Especially self judgment. I am my harshest critic. But the more I let go of judgment and accept people for who they are (and myself with all of my flub ups and mistakes), the better I feel. There are also exciting miracles. When I let go of the judgments, people feel it and they respond to me differently. It is so fascinating.

    I realize how damaging judgement has been for me--physically and emotionally.

    Judgment is indeed an addiction and to let go of it (again and again) has brought so much peace and joy into my life and the opportunity for the first time in many, many years to be totally in the present moment. I am over the moon happy that I have read it and now comes the hard work of continuing to put the principles into practice for the rest of my life.

    If everyone read this book and put the principles into practice, the world would be a completely different place. Thank you Gabrielle Bernstein for putting this out into the world.

  • Jess Macallan

    I've read most of Gabby Bernstein's books, and Judgment Detox will satisfy readers who love her forthright but loving teaching style. And like her other books, it will challenge readers to face plenty of uncomfortable thoughts and moments with the ultimate goal of freeing them from that unnecessary emotional weight.

    What I like best about this book is that she clearly and thoughtfully takes readers through techniques to acknowledge and address the judgments that hold them hostage. The tools are s

    I've read most of Gabby Bernstein's books, and Judgment Detox will satisfy readers who love her forthright but loving teaching style. And like her other books, it will challenge readers to face plenty of uncomfortable thoughts and moments with the ultimate goal of freeing them from that unnecessary emotional weight.

    What I like best about this book is that she clearly and thoughtfully takes readers through techniques to acknowledge and address the judgments that hold them hostage. The tools are simple, but the results are not. I admit I experienced plenty of resistance when I first made my list and worked through the exercises. I love that she included EFT scripts, and I found those and the daily meditation practices helpful. This book isn't meant to be a quick read, but it's worth the time you'll invest in it.

    I received an e-copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  • Daria Zeoli

    I am judgmental, a grudge-holder. I strive to be more compassionate with myself and others. This book gives six steps that, when practiced, lead one away from judgment and towards live.

    While I’ve not begun my own judgment detox, having read this book over the past week, I plan to go back and follow the steps. Journaling and meditation are two practices I’ve long wanted to do successfully, and tapping has interested me after hearing about it over the past year or two. Bernstein’s approach - givin

    I am judgmental, a grudge-holder. I strive to be more compassionate with myself and others. This book gives six steps that, when practiced, lead one away from judgment and towards live.

    While I’ve not begun my own judgment detox, having read this book over the past week, I plan to go back and follow the steps. Journaling and meditation are two practices I’ve long wanted to do successfully, and tapping has interested me after hearing about it over the past year or two. Bernstein’s approach - giving real life examples, then easy to follow instructions - makes this an accessible guide to the reader.

    Thank you to NetGalley for a review copy of this book.

  • Steve Sanders

    Bernstein dials back on the mysticism of her earlier works enough to make Judgment Detox accessible even to skeptics like me. The book provides a simple yet effective technique for identifying and eradicating resentment and its toxic effects from your day to day life.

    (Docked one star for the shout out she gives to Joel Osteen who this Houstonian isn’t yet enlightened enough to forgive for keeping his church closed during Harvey.)

  • Mandi

    There have been a couple of Gabby’s books which literally were life changing for me. This wasn’t one of them. The first half felt forced and I almost didn’t finish it. I’m glad that I did, because I did feel that some of the last chapters were helpful.

  • Dixie

    I found this to have a lot of truth that I can pull out and use within the Christian world view through which I process life. It was pan-theistic to a degree that I felt somewhat uncomfortable buying into it fully.

    I voluntarily read an advanced review copy provided by the publisher via Netgalley and offer my honest opinion in response.

  • Christina

    Three stars but really this was between a 2 1/2 and 3. I thought the book was ok, and I did like it, but I find after having read a lot of her books, it is a lot of the same information recycled and re worded. There is certainly nothing earth shattering in the content, but there are a lot of great reminders of concepts I am already familiar with so overall, a pleasant read.

  • Drobg62

    Purchased this book after hearing the author on a podcast. It is a subject that I am quite interested on different levels but this book provided little information that I found helpful. The author seems to borrow many ideas without exhibiting much real depth of understanding. While her candid self revelations might be refreshing for some I was somewhat taken aback by her seeming lack of mastery on a subject she was authoring a book about.

Best Free Books is in no way intended to support illegal activity. Use it at your risk. We uses Search API to find books/manuals but doesn´t host any files. All document files are the property of their respective owners. Please respect the publisher and the author for their copyrighted creations. If you find documents that should not be here please report them


©2018 Best Free Books - All rights reserved.