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The Unhelpful Habit of Being Judgemental

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We all need to be discriminating in our dealings with others but the habit of criticising and passing judgment brings loss all round. 

We will examine how to overcome this habit, and the benefits that come from maintaining a positive vision both towards the self and other people.  

Speaker: Neville Hodgkinson 

A Medical and Science correspondent for the Sunday times in the past and the author of ‘Will To Be Well’, Neville Hodgkinson has authoritative insights on the subject of mind and matter. He has followed the teachings of Brahma Kumaris for many years, and has been living in the Global Retreat Centre near Oxford.

This talk is part of the Inner Space, The Meditation Centre series.

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