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Free Will To The Rescue


Today's society and your private world are the results of free will. We have arrived here today through intention, ignorance or abuse. Some people understand and use free will daily. Some people completely deny it. And other people simply mock it and complain it "doesn't work."

Free will gives you the power of choice. You always have a choice. You can choose the same behavior or path you usually select. Or you can create a new result. For example, if someone calls you a "loser," do you have a knee-jerk reaction of anger? If so, your behavior was on auto-pilot allowing a pre-programmed, subconscious trigger to surface. Completely bypassing your consciousness.

Next time, practice conscious thinking and use your free will to choose your interpretation of the event and your subsequent action. Take a second to take a deep breath to help raise your consciousness. Then decide if the "loser" statement is valid or not. If invalid, let it roll off your back. Remembering that most negative opinions are simply people's expressions of something they don't like about themselves. If the "loser" statement holds some truth - or is dead-on accurate - control your emotions. Don't become angry. Allow the trigger to surface. And release the trigger.

The rise of negative triggers is a blessing in disguise. By using your free will and taking a second to raise your consciousness, you can identify a mental or emotional block. By asking the right questions within, you will be able to release the emotions of the trigger and experience growth in your personal and/or spiritual journey.

In the end, the quality of your life depends on daily usage of your free will to raise your consciousness and positively control your life. In doing so, you can shine brightly as intended.

About The Author

Dave Czach is an "experiential" mind-body-spirit researcher since 1991. He is also the publisher of the free and insightful newsletter at http://iWantSelfHelp.com/news.


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