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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Free: Optimal Definition & Suboptimal Meaning
Unity Consciousness #651


What is your definition of free? What does free mean to you?

Check yourself. Stop reading and define free for yourself right now. This understanding you have is your context and concept for what free means. Each time you hear the word free or use the word free, you brain refers to this definition that is stored in your memory. This is how the mind works. Your logic processes quickly access this definition when necessary. For this reason, every definition is important. Every definition affects your thought processes and thus, affects conclusions and decisions.

Now you can compare your definition to what the generally accepted definition is among humans who were raised in societies.

Free means:
1. doesn't cost any money and/or
2. requires nothing from you except to accept and take.

In all likelihood, your definition and the generally accepted suboptimal definition are at least a partial match.

Now compare this to a more optimal definition:
1. what the Creator has provided.
2. always requires responsibility.
3. use of freedom always involves a choice between higher and lower, conscience and ego.
4. is a process – an ongoing process.
5. requires nutrition – ongoing nutrition.
6. is the first state of life.
7. is in fundamentals, Primordials and basic needs.
8. requires struggle - just as it does for the butterfly emerging from cocoon, for seed emerging from seed coat and soil, for baby breaking through egg shell and for baby squeezing and pushing through birth canal – all this to continue to be free.
9. uniting in each other's struggle is what it takes to be free at last as we all were at first.

Feeling Free

by Ancestors through Usiku

Some are feeling their free will
Feeling free to kill
Others feeling free to sit still
Sharp is the dividing line
Not wide enough for behinds
Yet this position many are trying
And why pain runs free for a time

What Free Will Entails By Definition & Example
Unity Consciousness #419

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