When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.
Dear Deepak, I have recently started working through the seven spiritual laws of success, and I can already feel my life changing, both spiritually and materially. The one area I am struggling to comprehend and put into practice is the idea of non-judgment. I work as a creative director and part of that involves being critical of my work and the work of others, and constantly judging things on an aesthetic level. How can I balance being objective in my work while practicing non-judgment? Many thanks.
When you are evaluating a piece of work aesthetically, you are not determining if it is good or bad as such, you are determining if the expression is successful in expressing the story or message you are trying to convey or not. You are looking for what works, not trying to pass judgment whether it is good or bad, right or wrong. You can be objective about evaluating how successful a piece of art accomplishes what you need it for in your work without saying it is good or bad in itself.