Number of pages: 234
Publisher: Hay House
BBB Library: Personal Success
There comes a time in the lives of those destined for greatness when they must stand before the mirror of meaning and ask, Why, having been endowed with the courageous heart of a lion, do we live like mice? We must look squarely into our own tired eyes and examine why we waste so much time sniffing at every distraction, why we cower at the thought of revealing our true selves to the world, why we scurry so quickly from conflict, and why we consent to play small. We must ask why we participate so humbly in society's frantic race, allowing ourselves into mazes of mediocrity and setting for scraps of reward when nature has offered unlimited freedom, power, and abundance to the bold, determined, creative, independent-to each of us. To secure this personal freedom, men and women of conscience must not consent to be controlled by fear, convention, or the will of the masses. We must govern our lives, and when our thoughts and actions become destructive, it is our responsibility to alter or abolish them and to institute new habits as the foundations for a freer, happier life.
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Personal Freedom is the liberty from the restrictions of social oppression and the tragic self-oppression that is fear.
There is a palpable authenticity and aliveness in how we relate to others and contribute to the world.
We were not destined to go through life unaware of the surroundings, deaf and blind to the magical qualities of the moment.
We are at our finest when we give and live in love, and at our worst when we hoard it, deny it, or choke it out of existence.
There is no beauty in the world more perfect, more awe-inspiring, more human and transfixing than unfiltered, unashamed love.
However, by refusing to bend on our values, we become unbreakable, solid and stable, courageous and certain.
Children’s pleasure in small things and full engagement in the moment are quick-sprouting seeds of joy.
There can be no mastery of life if we cannot transform the energy we feel at any moment into cheerful engagement and deep appreciation.
It rests on our shoulders to notice when we feel bored or depressed-and to force ourselves outside to engage with the world with a smile.
You are responsible for your reality. Decide what you want of the world and go make it happen. No clarity, no change; no goals, no growth.
They also deeply understand that a degree of risk is inevitable and necessary should there be any real reward.
To reclaim our power, we must seek an immediate shift in our belief about how influential we can be in shaping our reality.
As we overcome fear and defeat our internal demons, we must recalibrate our entire mindset toward advancement.
None of us wants to look in the mirror and realize that the person looking back is the cause of his frustration.
Just like with the past, there is nothing wrong with journeying into the future if it brings joy or instruction.
We must learn to release our habits of nostalgia and absurd projection and reenter our lives in the moment.
The reason most of us lack vitality is that we are unconsciously or obsessively directing our minds to the past or future at the expense of fully living now.
Should we wish to be free and alive with full power, we must decide to bring the full might of our conscious mind to the present experience.