Christ says, "Judge not that ye be not judged." People interpret this differently. Perhaps (I'm not sure since I'm not one) traditional Christians think that it means that God is keeping track of our judgments against others and will judge us for them, now or when we die. New Age people might say that this is just a universal law -- that the accounts are exact and if you judge others, the universe will put people in your life who will judge you.
My experience is something different than both of these. First, there really is no "inside" and "outside." That's a fiction the ego creates. So, it must be, then, that inner and outer judgment don't differ. Judgment is just judgment. We judge ourselves to the exact extent that we judge others.
Sometimes people are uncomfortable with their judgments against others because they believe that such judgments get in the way of compassion and understanding. That is true enough. But I've found that the place where judgment does the most damage is when it's directed toward myself. If I start there and really feel into the way I have betrayed my own life by judging myself, I can sometimes find the compassion for myself that is the way out of judgment. When I find that compassion, I find that, miraculously, the judgments I had against others have disappeared.