I judged somebody at the gym today.
There was a beautiful girl walking past wearing a sports bra and shorts and my mind instantly went into judging her. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but as I was driving home, I thought about it a little more.
I realised that I was judging because I could never wear only a sports bra to the gym. I would be worried what people would think of me or if men would stare at me (because ick).
I realised that my judgement was a me problem. It was not her problem. She was simply being herself. She was beautiful and confident and that threatened me a little bit.
This is what the process can look like. I do something I’m not proud of, I then explore that and find out why I did it, I work on processing and moving through that and then I make a conscious effort to do the opposite moving forward.
With love & support,
Shorina | Mindful Soul Collective
Counsellor & Wellbeing Coach