I had previously asked a question about contempt. Since then, I noticed a few things, such as that it's not easy for me to 'cancel' out analytically my judgment of others. If I try to question my judgment and invalidate it, it often doesn't work, especially if I get angry. I know that my judgments are false, but they still arise.
Are there alternatives to analyzing/questioning the judgment?
The most effective solution so far has been compassion meditation. But that is not always possible in the moment.
What can be done in the moment where judgmental thoughts arise to remain open?
EDIT: I feel perhaps my question is similar to my previous one, but I'm asking for really in the moment remedies, and the diverse options Buddhism recommends.