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Effective improvisation often best occurs when judgment is replaced with discernment. As such improvisational states best occur when what appears is accepted as neither right nor wrong.

Judgment is the act of evaluating something as good or bad, right or wrong. It is often based on our own personal beliefs and values. Discernment, on the other hand, is the ability to make a judgment based on evidence and reason. It is about being able to see things from multiple perspectives and to make a decision that is in the best interests of all involved.

When we are in a state of judgment, we are often closed off to new possibilities. We are more likely to see things in black and white, and we are less likely to be open to change. On the other hand, when we are in a state of discernment, we are more open to new ideas and possibilities. We are more likely to see things in shades of gray, and we are more likely to be open to change.

Improvisation is all about being able to think on your feet and to respond to the moment. It is about being able to take what is given to you and to make something new and exciting out of it. When you are in a state of judgment, it is very difficult to improvise. You are too busy trying to figure out what is right or wrong, and you are not open to the possibilities that are right in front of you.

However, when you are in a state of discernment, you are much more open to improvisation. You are able to see the possibilities that are present, and you are able to respond to them in a creative and innovative way.

So, if you want to be a great improviser, it is important to learn to let go of judgment and to embrace discernment. When you can do this, you will be able to open yourself up to new possibilities and to create something truly special.

Here are a few tips for practicing discernment in your own life:

  • Be open to new ideas and perspectives.

  • Be willing to change your mind.

  • Be aware of your own biases and judgments.

  • Practice mindfulness and meditation.

  • Connect with your intuition.

  • Trust your gut feeling.

When you can practice discernment in your own life, you will be better able to improvise in any situation. You will be able to think on your feet and to respond to the moment in a creative and innovative way.

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