The path to freedom isn’t easy. It requires a breaking free of patterns and conditioning that have been ingrained over centuries. Ancestral patterns handed down from one generation to the next.
It requires being willing to look at the things you’ve spent your entire life avoiding.
It requires being willing to acknowledge what you really want. What you really, really, really, really, really want. The thing you pretend you don’t really want that badly.
It requires being willing to speak your truth, even when it feels nearly impossible to do it because it’s too mean, harsh, confrontational our outlandish. And it means finding a way to speak that truth from a place of compassion and love.
If your life is good and you are happy and things are going pretty well, you may not want to get on the road to freedom. It can be a difficult road to travel.
Harder than you think.
But, if you relate to any of these things, it’ll be worth it. I can promise you, it’s so worth it. You will not do anything more important in your life.
- Lost, confused, can’t understand how you got here
- Thought you were on the right path
- Doing what you were supposed to do and wham-o you look around you and are like “huh?” How did this happen? How’d I get so stuck?
- Unresolved conflicts with family, friends, co-workers, employees
- Not being heard, felt seen
- No one seems to get you
- May seem okay on the outside, but on the inside it’s ugly
Maybe you’ve heard there’s nowhere to go, just be where you are.
But what happens when that sucks? Then what?
What happens when your mind is screaming, ” But, I don’t want to just be where I am. This is not the life I signed up for.”
Sure, you can resign yourself to it, but fuck that. Why? This is your life. The one life you have (or at least the one you are having now and the only one you’ll remember), so why settle for anything less than total freedom?
No matter how difficult the journey is, it’s so totally and completely worth it.