Remember the last moment you’d felt completely free. It could’ve been a day, a week, an hour or simply a glimpse.
What would it be like if you’d lived from that place of freedom all of your life? Would you perhaps be more content, more grateful for what you do have rather than sad or anxious about the things you do not have?
Would you let yourself be free in your expression, speech, mannerisms, body movements? Would you then stop second guessing what it is you’re about to say or do, stop judging of self or others, allowing them the same space to express their own personal freedom as well?
Now, what if more beings in all of the world had woken up to this radical idea of personal freedom, would we, as a society, as a whole, be less tense, less depressed, and less likely to misunderstand and condemn each other, creating separation of conflict?
I think the obvious answer is yes.
So what lies in between us right now and us in that ultimate state of freedom?
At one point, all we wanted to do was play, care for each other, be together and explore how things around us work. Why and when did everything change? Because since childhood, we are forced to fit in, stuff all the unnecessary information in our unfiltered little minds while sitting in painfully uncomfortable dusty classrooms that feel more like torture, just to earn those 10-20-30 minutes of recess. That’s when we start to realize, we must go through painful experiences in order to “earn” our right to be free, to do what we want.
And so, the pattern is set-only as we grow up, it’s 40+ hrs of work in order to earn two days of freedom(at best), during which you are trying to “catch up” on life, or worse yet, trying (and failing) to stop thinking about work and the inevitable, fast-approaching upcoming Monday morning. We become exhausted and run down, letting life pass us by, becoming a passive observer rather than an active participant in our lives.
If you’ve identified yourself in this scenario, if you feel like you’ve been robbing yourself of a life you truly deserve, I ask you:
Are you ready to shed the old patterns and reclaim your personal freedom?
Would you like to define how you would like your world to be and what you’re willing to do to make it happen? What are your daily actions to achieve your dream goal/state/being, to bring it a little closer?
What is your daily ritual to keep you balanced and grounded? When things happen that are outside of your control and shake you up, do you have a strategy to manage that unforeseen stress?
If you are ready to step into your power, onto the path that leads to true personal freedom, we are here to help you on your journey!