More from the paperwork I received:
See but DON’T EVALUATE. Take a nonjudgmental stance. Just the facts. Focus on the “what” not the “good” or “bad” or “terrible” or “wonderful” the “should” or the “should not.”
UNGLUE YOUR OPINIONS from the facts, from the “who, what, when, and where.”
ACCEPT each moment, each event as a blanket spread out on the lawn accepts both the rain and sun, each leaf that falls upon it.
ACKNOWLEDGE the helpful, the wholesome, but don’t judge it. Acknowledge the harmful, the unwholesome, but don’t judge it.
When you find yourself judging, DON’T JUDGE YOUR JUDGING.