Notice when you have a judgmental, negative or hateful thought about another person, a situation or yourself. When you catch it, replace it with kindness.
When you recognize your unsavory notion, immediately say or think to yourself, “I take it back; I didn’t mean that.” Replace the subpar thought with a kindness such as, “Have a good day,” or “I wish you well.”
One of the easiest places to start is in traffic where road rage likes to rear its ugly head. Another scenario can be when you’re on hold with a service provider where your patience is tested. Really, any drab task will do.
Remember to be kind to yourself. This is a practice and takes time to master. Baby steps. You got this!
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