Freedom is remembering who I truly am and means I operate from that center.
Freedom is getting the gunk of emotions out of my body so that I am no longer contracted.
Freedom is setting and keeping boundaries with others. And, if the other person has trouble with that, I continue to remember who I am.
Freedom is waking up. It may sometimes feel painful, but “this too shall pass.” And, on the other side of it lays peace, love, and joy. Some say it takes courage – I say that there’s no choice for me if I want to be healed, whole, healthy, and in the state of my true me.
Freedom is remembering I am a holy, blessed, loved, Child of God – just like you.