” Voluntarily expose yourself to your deepest fear, after that, fear no longer has any power over you. Fear of freedom fades. You’re Free.” – Jim Morrison
The ” fear of freedom fade ” ? Who is afraid to be free? First want to know what freedom is. I think we have different definitions according to your current situation .
- If you’re in jail, freedom will be getting back on the street.
- If you live in a dictatorship, freedom will be to be able to express your opinion.
- If you spend your days tied by debt, freedom will be the payment of these debts.
- If you dream with travel, homes, cars, jewelry, freedom is to be able to buy all these things.
- If you wish to be an actor or a doctor or a musician, freedom would be for you to be able to dedicate yourself to your passion.
- If you don’t have free time, freedom would be you being master of your time.
- If you don’t have health, freedom would be for you to have the entire quality of life that you ambicion.
Until here it’s all good, but why would you have “fear of freedom”? The prison in which you find yourself in ( see list above) is only the result of your actions, and those of your habits and those of your mindset. To make the best out of your Promised Freedom, you have to change your mindset that yourself and your patterns of action.
You might think that your current prisons were caused by chance or by the government or by the crisis or by chance. But, in fact, whether you like it or not, they were caused by you. You think you want to be free. But you are terrified of that freedom that comes around messing up everything you consider solid in your mind, it comes to turn you inside out.
However, you need to rattle your world, face your fears and insecurities. You have no other way to be free and, I tell you, freedom is the sweetest thing in the world.