Being non-judgemental is almost impossible for everyone.
Dis you notice that in order to make a speech is all based on a judgemental nature? It is a nature for us to be judgemental and comparative. How can we not?
If it is not out judgement, how can a speech even be made? We will be in total silent, there will be no actions, there will be no thoughts. As soon as any thoughts or sensations arise, it was a judgement; it was based on a comparison.
These comparisons happen so quickly during a conversation, and we were unconscious of it.
The teachings about being non-judgemental needs to be better elaborated.
It is not to avoid judging; you are judging the moment you think what is right or wrong. And you have already started judging the moment you made the choice not to judge.
So, don’t be a fool again if you hear a master telling you that it is wrong to be judgmental. It’s nothing wrong, it is an intelligence in all of us.
If you are not judgmental, you may not have survived till today. We make choices based on judgements.
We create discriminations and prejudices in order to make choices. It is a gift given to us.
Even Buddha said that being non-judgmental is the hardest thing to do as long as you are alive. He did not say that it is wrong, no part of the original teachings says that it is wrong or a sin.
Teachings On Non-Judgemental Mind Needs To Be Elaborated.
It is not wrong to judge, but we have to be aware of the kind of judgment we are making.
There are 2 segments – Ego state driven or non ego state driven.
Ego state driven judgements are more often foolish. Judgements created by the ego is nothing wrong, it is just foolish and psychotic.
The non-ego state judgements are the intelligence that help you and others function harmoniously with the day to day life.
Most of us have fallen into the ego-state judgements. But it wasn’t truly our fault. We fell into it unconsciously because of how the moralists have taught us to differentiate right from wrong. Hence, we learnt to discriminate and it became a habit. We all get obsessed with it. These habits create negative imprints in our spiritual state. It was not the fault of the moralists too, it was their ignorance of the deeper states of minds that such ways of teachings were created. They meant to be good, but just ignorant about the hidden repercussions.
Your judgement of others only reflects on your character and reveals who you are, it does not reflect on the person you have judged.
However, in deep samadhi, in deep meditation, all forms of judgements disappears. There is no need to judge in any ways, it is a no mind process when you have truly attained true meditative state.