Are you the critic?

 

 

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4 responses to “Are you the critic?”

  1. Karen Collins says:

    Noticing the balance of creator and critic this week…thank you for the question!

  2. Adrienne Hebert says:

    I am currently noticing when I am being a critic against myself when healing and not being gentle and loving. Pointing out my I still am not healed enough or not back to yets, instead of praising how far I have come in healing and life with the battles I have faced. Taking those moments , just as they are in those moments.

    I am also using the energy to heal and create something that expresses my thoughts in a positive manner and send cards to loved ones that I draw and create myself. Getting the critic out the way and creating what I love with the built up energy and sending love to the world!

  3. Donna Nazario says:

    WHEN I’M FACING A DIFFICULT SITUATION WITH PEOPLE, PLACES OR THINGS; INSTEAD OF CRITICIZING THE PLAYERS INVOLVED; I CAN PAUSE, CONNECT AND ASK FOR SUPPORT AND OR FEEDBACK. IT SEEMS TO DIFFUSE A LOT AND OPENS THE POSSIBILITY FOR DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES AND SOLUTIONS. THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS, HOWEVER…

  4. Juan Carlos Manning says:

    I’ ve noticed I’m often the critic, even when I work with distinctions of responsibility all the time; and I think this phrase/bold note nails it perfectly. We all have two choices, just as it happens to me; when I’m criticizing, I’m unconsciously deciding myself out of the problem and out of the solution. I unconsciously renounce to my own power and am a victim and victimize the people or thing I criticized. By being CREATOR, I embrace my responsibility and decide myself that the problem is also mine, and become an active part of the solution. Leaders make shifts, where victims only see rifts. Thank you for the reality check!

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