Psychological Freedom

FreedomWhat Is It?Free From What?Related QuotationsRelated Pages6 Topic Groups9 Skills & Topics

List of What You Need to Be Free From

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“I don’t mind what happens. That is the essence of inner freedom.” —Jiddu Krishnamurti


Freedom of Soul, Heart, & Mind Can Only Be Surrendered, Not Lost

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What is psychological freedom?

  • Psychological freedom is what you are born with: no-mind as self.
  • You lose it as you enter more and more into bondage by identifying self as:
  1. abilities
  2. behaviors
  3. characteristics
  4. concepts
  5. constructs
  6. degrees
  7. descriptions
  8. diagnoses
  9. education
  10. experiences
  11. failures
  12. feelings
  13. habits
  14. hurts
  15. images
  16. intelligence
  17. interests
  18. knowledge
  19. labels
  20. masks
  21. memories
  22. names
  23. occupations
  24. pleasures
  25. possessions
  26. roles
  27. styles
  28. successes
  29. talents
  30. terms
  31. thought
  32. titles
  33. types

Freedom from Attachment

  1. Psychological freedom is freedom from attachment.
  2. Psychological freedom is freedom from identifying with anything.
  3. Psychological freedom is when you are a being and neither a doing nor a knowing.

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What is there to be free from?

  1. Free from the fear of opinions of your self.
  2. Free from having to prove your self.
  3. Free from having to justify your self.
  4. Free from the fear of self-ridicule.
  5. Free from self-doubt.
  6. Free from self-damning.
  7. Free from manipulation of your ego.
  8. Free from your ego.
  9. Free from the game of pride or shame.
  10. Free from the lies of self-esteem.
  11. Free from the pressure to be something.
  12. Free from the pressures to become something.
  13. Free from self-rating.
  14. Free from other-rating.
  15. Free from depression.
  16. Free from shame.
  17. Free from pride.
  18. Free from ego-based anger.
  19. Free from ego-based anxiety.
  20. Free from competition.
  21. Free from personality politics.
  22. Free from voodoo emotions.
  23. Free from pushing your own buttons and blaming others for it.
  24. Free from the blame game.
  25. Free from whining to win.
  26. Free from damning.
  27. Free from envy.
  28. Free from consuming to be something.
  29. Free from compulsively protecting your ego, self-esteem, pride.
  30. Free from slavery to ego, self-esteem, pride.
  31. Free from the endless death of becoming.

Simple Understanding

  1. Psychological freedom is when you are nothing and nobody.
  2. Psychological prison is when you are something and somebody.
  3. Please read Nobody Speaks for a better understanding of this view.

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Quotations on Freedom

“Once you reach the end of your spiritual journey, you will find freedom, a release from suffering.” —Dhammapada: The Enlightened One, verse 90

“Release the past, the present, and the future. Give your mind the freedom it needs to take you beyond suffering.” —Dhammapada: Desires, verse 348

“Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.” —Galatians 5:1

“The true aspirant is always striving for freedom and, as they have no home, is always moving onwards.” —Dhammapada: The Enlightened One, verse 91


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