How To Get Emotional Freedom

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When I couldn’t work out or go to the gym, I observed that I grew agitated. Workout became an integral part of my identity since I was so used to doing it. I was unable to let it go. Do you have any idea what it’s like to go through that? Good or bad, it doesn’t matter if you can’t keep up with any of your behaviours. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing when you get up in the morning; it’s all good. Who knows what will happen if we don’t keep our excellent behaviours in place? We start to feel agitated and agitated. Because you aren’t completely free, this is detrimental behaviour. When I recently brought up the working out example to a group of my friends, they all agreed.

Release yourself from the situation.

Regardless of whether you have good or poor habits, you are ruled by your desires. That is the crux of the matter. Emotions take over when you fail to complete daily tasks you’ve set for yourself and feel guilty about them.
One of my aims is to avoid succumbing to the temptations and temptations of my impulses and urges. I’d want to be able to let go of things with ease. We all have our own priorities in life. We want to be happy, healthy, attractive, affluent, and so on and so forth. For us, disappointment sets in if those items aren’t delivered. The yearning is too strong for us to let go. Our lives aren’t all rainbows and sunshine. If we don’t want to end up fat or sick or old or lazy or unemployed, we need to do something about it. Our goal is to stay away from the things that we despise. Don’t hold on to anything! Including all of my aspirations and resentments. It’s a recurring theme in a variety of philosophical approaches. There’s a Buddha statement that sums up the concept nicely:
What you hold on to is the only thing you can lose.

How to practise?

Trying to hold on to anything isn’t a good idea. When we clung to an idea, promise, ambition, or loved one, we’ve all felt that way. We have to let go of the past. The question is, how do you really go about practising letting go? You may regulate your impulses and behaviours with a simple exercise that I devised. It seems to be this way: How much time do you spend at the gym? Every now and again, opt out of going. Make a deliberate choice. As soon as you start to feel better, just remark, “I’m not going this week because I chose to.” Rest certain that you will maintain your vigour and stamina throughout the ordeal. After a few weeks, it begins to fade.
How much time do you spend on social media or writing a blog? Get a week off, yay! Apocalypse is a myth. You’ll be missed, but everyone will get over it. In the past, I’ve done this by writing articles. I decided to quit posting on a regular basis earlier this year because I didn’t want to hold on to it. Not a single thing occurred. When I got back, I simply grabbed it off the ground. Are you a night owl who can’t get enough work done? Take a break and spend some time on the sofa. If you stick with it, you will not become a slouch. You can always come back to it later. Is it a daily habit for you to read? Take a week off from reading for some introspection. Do nothing at that time. Let all of the facts you’ve gathered simmer in your head for a while.

You get the picture. Distancing yourself from your behaviours is much easier with this activity. Because fear drives most of our actions. If we don’t work hard enough, we’ll be fired. The risk is that if we don’t publish enough, people will lose interest. If we don’t work out, we’re afraid, our health will suffer. There can be no true freedom until you and I give up our dread of the unknown. To be really free, you must not be tied to any habit or object in your life. Remember that we have nothing in this world. Epictetus, in his work The Good Life Handbook, expressed it best: “It’s impossible for you to lose anything since you don’t own anything in the first place. It’s not about the possessions you have, your spouse, or your home. They are yours to keep for a short period of time. Then don’t ever use the phrase “I’ve lost anything.” It was returned to you.

The same is true, despite how difficult it may be to acknowledge, for the individuals in our life. Clinging to the people we care about is a certain way to put them to death. There’s no arguing with the fact that attachment and clinging to things and people is a bad thing. There were a number of instances when I became connected to things that did not end well in my life. In contrast, most of the positive experiences in my life have been the result of letting go. Freedom is possible if you’ve mastered the art of letting go on a regular basis. Your life and the lives of others around you will be better off as a result of this.

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