How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

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How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby LightOne » Tue Feb 06, 2018 1:59 pm

So I intuitively learnt that or after troubleshooting a major blockage is making judgement of what a situation means, is going to be or to predict future events/thoughts/feelings. I picked this up from who raised me because they are extremely cautious, and make judgement about alot of things before even delving them.

The temptation to make a judgement or summary of something without experiencing it comes from not having the experience yet in order to acquire knowledge of it.

Hence when you paraphrase with this on it might come off as your own interpretation overwriting the original things said a bit.

How would you avoid this 'mechanism' switching on or get out of the habit that makes it turn on? Even if you meditate sooner or later in some situations you might unconsciously do it.

So even recently I was told that "Its not based on experience" when making those judgments. In some areas I've actually 'mastered' using this by looking for certain common signs or patterns.



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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby darkwing dook » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:15 pm

To avoid being judgmental:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/th ... judgmental
https://zenhabits.net/a-simple-method-t ... means-you/
http://churchonline.life.church/a-simpl ... judgmental


About the paraphrasing and quoting out of context:
http://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/elan ... acies.html (especially the TYPE 2 section)

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Be careful not to add information or commentary that isn’t part of the original passage in the midst of your paraphrase. You don’t want to add to or take away from the meaning of the passage you are paraphrasing. Save your comments and analysis until after you have finished your paraphrased and cited it appropriately.
Source: http://owl.excelsior.edu/research/draft ... aphrasing/


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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby LightOne » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:30 pm

darkwing dook wrote:To avoid being judgmental:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/th ... judgmental
https://zenhabits.net/a-simple-method-t ... means-you/
http://churchonline.life.church/a-simpl ... judgmental


About the paraphrasing and quoting out of context:
http://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/elan ... acies.html (especially the TYPE 2 section)

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Be careful not to add information or commentary that isn’t part of the original passage in the midst of your paraphrase. You don’t want to add to or take away from the meaning of the passage you are paraphrasing. Save your comments and analysis until after you have finished your paraphrased and cited it appropriately.
Source: http://owl.excelsior.edu/research/draft ... aphrasing/
Well just incase, by 'make judgement' I mean as in drawing theories or conclusions of something like you know/believe you can tell what the answers are as well as predict. In this case without experience which leads to the habit of not feeling things for what they are, when your 'ego' believes it knows the answers and 'provides' them.

Could also be a defense mechanism developed to cope with emotional vulnerability but depends.



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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby darkwing dook » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:50 pm

Still relevant with the links.


"Knowing a trifle about everything gives life more color." - Zhuge Liang
"Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use." - Wendell Johnson

"Born to party but forced to work."
"Alcohol doesn't solve your problems but neither does milk."
"I'm not as think as you drunk I am."
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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby rapidful » Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:55 pm

Unconsiously do it? You mean when you are half asleep and your mind thought you were falling off the climb, and you react to it?

It is true when you are too bias to something you will eventually conclude the result even it didnt happened.

I am not sure about, you imagine, your brain and heart are seperate, put your brain into sleep mode and your heart awakes, this is meditation too? Perhaps? This open a possiblity mind set and less bias or prejudging mode.

Hmmm, i guess your question are more to a psychology one.
Open mind < = > Judgement



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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby conxtion » Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:23 am

Dook, you are amazingly well read and well informed. 1bw


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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby heypanda » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:54 pm

conxtion wrote:Dook, you are amazingly well read and well informed. 1bw


I agree. 1ey



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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby darkwing dook » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:17 pm

I'm just sharing some set of links, not even books : /


"Knowing a trifle about everything gives life more color." - Zhuge Liang
"Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use." - Wendell Johnson

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"Alcohol doesn't solve your problems but neither does milk."
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Re: How to avoid making judgement in thought without experiencing something first?

Postby LightOne » Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:31 pm

rapidful wrote:Unconsiously do it? You mean when you are half asleep and your mind thought you were falling off the climb, and you react to it?

It is true when you are too bias to something you will eventually conclude the result even it didnt happened.

I am not sure about, you imagine, your brain and heart are seperate, put your brain into sleep mode and your heart awakes, this is meditation too? Perhaps? This open a possiblity mind set and less bias or prejudging mode.

Hmmm, i guess your question are more to a psychology one.
Open mind < = > Judgement
It happens in communication where yourself or your ego basically answers in place of a spirit/entity you want to communicate. Attempting to give you what it or you think would be their answer?

If your ego is talking instead of ‘hearing’ from experience then it is the scenario that this thread’s discussing about. You’ve made a judgement on what the answer is or your ego has.




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