Do you allow yourself to live with freedom?


Before exploring the answer to this question, you may find it useful understanding what I mean by living with freedom.

One definition of freedom is being able to live your life and do whatever you choose without interference from yourself, other people, or things. Each person’s definition of a free existence can vary. The following are factors that can influence how people experience freedom:

  • Resources
  • Mental Capacity
  • Physical Capacity
  • Judgement of Self and Others
  • Limiting Beliefs
  • Personal Values
  • Resistance to Change

It might be exciting to realise what you desire from freedom and how the aforementioned factors may impact who you are.

Consider the following questions around freedom:

  • What is possible with the resources you have?
  • Is it possible to be grateful for your current mental and physical capacity?
  • What are the benefits to recognising that yourself and others may be doing their best?
  • What are the benefits of not being attached to your beliefs?
  • Is there value in recognising other people’s value with acceptance and without judgment?

There can be many challenges to living a life with freedom, but I put to you that while your freedom may be influenced by some external factors, your ability to experience freedom is found internally.

Perhaps a good starting point would be giving yourself permission to be who you are and to experience yourself without judgement.


Choose to explore living with freedom and allow yourself to be who you are and to experience yourself without judgement.


Change nothing if this is something you already do or not interested in.

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