How to be free (with other people)
Did you do your homework, aka the exercises from the last lessons?
What happened? How did it all go?
I have to say that, funny enough, everything I wrote about when it comes to experiencing pleasure and desire for the last lesson, and some things I just thought and haven’t written about, actually happened in between the last lesson (Friday) and today (Monday), with someone I only met on Wednesday.
So I can’t even encourage you enough to do these exercises and get very clear on what you want so that it can come true.
With these new experiences, I can fine-tune what I wish for so that I can have even more pleasurable experiences in the future.
This really is the practice: We visualize, then we receive, then we experience and learn, then we adjust our picture and repeat, until we find out how we can really align with our essence and our soul’s desires.
This way, we won’t only understand ourselves better and learn what we really want, we can also see how powerful we truly are and how each and every thought really influences our lives.
Changing our beliefs isn’t easy, but it is quite doable, as you are hopefully beginning to experience for yourself.
If we love and forgive ourselves, bring in patience, don’t get upset when things don’t work out, don’t take what other people do personally and really acknowledge and become grateful for the things that do work out, life becomes incredibly joyful.
I find it so fascinating to see how everything in the end comes down to how we think about something and what we believe to be possible or not, and that all that is stopping us from having everything that we wish for is self-doubt.
So whenever self-doubt creeps up, we can come back to the assurance that if things don’t work out, it is because something even better will happen.
And this is true for all of us.
If we truly trust, we are free to be and do and have what we want.
So figuring out what we want is elemental for our lives.
And for that, we first have to try and experience different things and be attentive to and aware of what happens and if we actually like it or not.
That way, after trying it, we know that we might actually want something other than we thought and that’s fine too.
If we do this with a lot of self-love and compassion and patience, it will be easy to see how we are getting clearer and clearer and more in tune with our true tone and desires.
And then we can live accordingly.
We’ve talked about this in the beginning:
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