Your Right to Emotional Freedom

Dr. Purushothaman
October 16, 2013

When people hear the word "freedom" uttered in this day and age, most of them would immediately relate this to financial freedom. Many tend to think that having a lot of money is the key to being able to experience life without barriers, to be able to have access to the best of what life has to offer. The problem is, financial freedom isn't the only thing people should focus on if they want to live a great life. They should also focus on their emotional freedom as well. Being emotionally healthy is just as important as having a lot of money in your bank account.

But how exactly does one become free emotionally? If you are asking yourself that question right now and are pretty much stupefied as to what the answer is, then don't worry. A lot of people don't know the answer to that question, either, because unfortunately, being emotionally healthy is not as popular a notion as making sure to have lots of savings or ensuring that you rise in the ranks of your company. This is really a shame, because this notion really does deserve to be as popular as financial freedom, and in certain respects, maybe even more so.

So how does one achieve emotional freedom? The answer to that question is actually quite simple. It's all about honesty. It's not so much being honest to others as being honest to yourself. This is an act that isn't practiced all that well these days. We often tend to tell ourselves untruths in order to get us by each day, when we really should be telling ourselves what's really going on with our lives and what we really should be doing to improve our lives.

Think about it: when was the last time you told yourself that you should be doing more for yourself? When was the last time that you openly admitted to yourself that you deserve something better than what you already have? Those are the key questions that can help unlock your emotional freedom. Once you realize that you should actually be doing these things, only then can you start practicing being emotionally free for the first time.

Once you are truly free in that sense, you'll be amazed by how much you can do with your life! You can finally muster up the courage to leave the people who are poisoning your life, and move on to meet the right kind of friends, the kind who support you and want you to grow as a person. You can also find the courage to leave your dead-end job and pursue something that can really satisfy you as an individual. To experience emotional freedom is to experience a freedom from what is expected of you. It is to experience the things you've always wanted, and not the things other people want for you.

Can you really imagine living the rest of your life without this kind of emotional freedom? Sure, you may have a lot of money in your bank account, and you may even be seen as a person of esteem in the public eye, but will all of that really be worth it without you knowing that you did all of it purely because you wanted to? Can you really live a life that isn't truly yours, that is something practically owned by the world around you?

If you have yet to practice true emotional freedom, then do so right away. You will change your life for the better-that's a guarantee!

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