Liberty grows from the inside out. To spread the philosophy of freedom, it is essential to develop states of mind associated with autonomy. This can mean flaring the attitude of emotional transcendence and confidence. Those who desire a world based on excess management and collectivism do not want these qualities to run rampant. Rather, they aim to deter thoughts of prosperity and instill ideas of limitation. This is simply programming that fortunately can be undone. To undo that programming, one needs to consciously choose to cultivate the will to act as an individualist.
Limitation programming ingrains in us a slave mentality as our operating system in life. Though you can certainly attune your mind to higher or lower states of limitation, the nagging pull tends to persist.
A liberty dweller, or one that aspires to be one, does not require this fearful programming. You can shed this cloak of perceived psychological armor and replace it with soul-level empowerment.
Shedding this conditioning is actually very simplistic, yet requires determination and will. You must be willing to actually feel what you have set aside for a later time. This act of feeling what is truly within you, is the process of transformation. Feeling but shutting down and pretending it doesn't exist does not get you results. You must warrior through the emotional intensity, as our founding fathers did against the enormous British power. With will and determination, they crushed them and regained their sovereignty. It didn't matter how big the barrier or conflict seemed. It was a decision backed by a strong and directed will from deep within. You can achieve the same liberation from tyranny within yourself. It's a binary decision: on one side, you can appease your inner demons or hide from them. Alternatively, you may activate your will and choose to rid your soul of programmed slavery.
This process initiates a higher energy flow which allows you to more easily tap into powerful states of liberation. You'll experience sensations of freedom that emanate from within, rather than being a reaction to the world. This gives you more ability to communicate ideas of freedom and empowerment to others in order to spark the light of Liberty within them.
Here's how to get started:
1. Notice an issue that is affecting you emotionally. It can be a negative life situation or a perceived shortcoming.
2. Mentally focus on it and notice where you feel the negative energy in your body. Zone in on the emotional aspect of it. The "charge".
3. Release the emotional charge by focusing on it until it disperses. Feel it through to completion by not turning away from it. Any amount of resistance to the feeling can keep it from leaving. Allow and let go by focusing on it without wavering.
4. If the feeling is very intense and you want to power through it (by infusing more love into the process), you can eat some dark chocolate. Black coffee and green tea may also work well for some people. These act to uplift the spirit and provide a backdrop of liberation within you. From there, you feel more like George Washington purposefully envisioning a free America. Passionate and ready to handle anything.
With or without dark chocolate, liberation is your birthright. This process can act to clear away the unnecessary programming and return your soul-ware to its set point.
Friends of political commentator and The Weekly Standard editor, Bill Kristol, say he's gone a bit "off the rails" after a trip to Peru. While there, he and his associates took part in a ceremony, thinking it would cement their connection with one another. The ceremony, not known to Kristol when he agreed to it, turned out to be a shamanic ayahuasca journey. Nervously, once he realized what it involved, he decided to try anyway.
"He was hesitant but didn't want ruin it for the rest of us", says a friend. The event lasted several hours and many of the participants had a transformative experience.
"I felt like I was weightless, looking at my perceived problems in a new light. It was intense at points but it felt like a breakthrough" says another friend who participated. Kristol, it seems, experienced a different type of transformation.
"He believes he's literally the actor Billy Crystal. This sounds insane, but I think he had a meltdown during the ceremony". Reportedly, a shaman mistook Kristol for Crystal while they each shared their names and interests with the group before the ceremony begun.
"It was awkward but kind of funny to be honest. The Shaman nodded and said "Oh, yes. I know of you." and bowed in reverence. Kristol got a kick out of it until the shaman started talking about cowboys and city folks and how funny the actor is. Unbeknownst to Kristol, the shaman was referencing the 1991 blockbuster featuring Billy Crystal and Jack Palance.
"You should have seen the look on Kristol's face. I don't get why he'd be offended by that but he got pretty flustered!" Once the ceremony ended, Kristol appeared to be having an identity crisis that hasn't yet subsided.
"He seemed normal until we were back at the hotel grabbing dinner. The waiter asked where we would like to be seated and Bill was like 'we can sit wherever, okay, you don't have to give me the star treatment'. I was confused because usually only very politically engaged people ever recognize Bill--not quite a star, you know?" Kristol's associate went on to say that the former Chief-of-Staff to Dan Quayle started listing Billy Crystal movies to the waiter.
"I thought Bill was messing with him, but he was 100% serious." said the associate. "The waiter smirked and pretended to know what he was talking about. They both laughed, but Bill's laugh got really loud and opera-like. It was weird. When we sat down, Bill put on a pair of pink sunglasses. I said 'Bill, what's gotten into you?' He just nodded and stuffed his face with chips and salsa. It didn't stop there. When we left, he offered to sign a napkin for the management. He chose one that he used during dinner. 'It's more valuable that way!' He says. They offered him a free dessert to distract him from his theatrics."
"This is actually fairly normal behavior for someone who's experienced what Mr. Kristol did" says a noted social psychologist. "The indigenous Peruvian shaman hoped that through the ritual, Bill would rediscover himself. Kristol now feels that the old Bill is gone and the new Bill is beginning to blossom. I believe he subconsciously chose the actor Billy Crystol to represent the new Bill. There's no need to judge his path. Let him learn. Let him play. Let him dance. Let Bill become Billy."