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Judgment Detox (2018)

A way to achieve true healing and a deeper connection to our universe and those around us

A clear, proactive, step by step program to rid yourself of judging yourself and others and find your way back to True Healing and Oneness, by the number one New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein.

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“The Judgment Detox is an online course based on Spiritual Principles from the book A Course In Miracles. This is a great opportunity to learn about this course and how it works.”

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Judgment is separating oneself from others. This can be due to insecurity or personal beliefs. Judgments are usually about how someone feels about themselves and what they do to get approval. When people judge others, they tend to feel uncomfortable and feel less connected to others.

Judgment Detox (2018) by Gabrielle Bernstein

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