Mental Freedom Is Something You Must Find For Yourself

Others can only guide you but you have to do the work.

Emily Jennings
The Existence

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In modern society, I see that we’ve given up responsibility. We no longer feel connected to other people, the environment, the sources of our food, or ourselves. It’s scary to think about, but we don’t even take responsibility for our own health — many of us are so disconnected from the process of digestion, for instance, that we don’t even think about the direct effects of our eating habits on our bodies. When health fails, we don’t see it as related to our choices. We are so used to believing that we are entitled to live in whatever way we want. This also applies to mental health.

If your inner world is a mess, you have to fix the mess yourself. Just as you had to learn to clean up your room as a kid, you have to learn to clean up your mind. When you are a slave to your emotions and your thoughts are out of control, it becomes urgent to take back the driver’s seat of your life. Your mind should not have power over you; you should have power over it instead. But emotions and thoughts can be strong and the ego-mind can become your dictator if you’re not vigilant.

Some examples of negative emotions are:

  • fear
  • sadness
  • anxiety

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Emily Jennings
The Existence

Meditation Teacher, Psychic, and Twin Flame Coach exploring Consciousness, Oneness, and Spiritual Humor | IG: @wellness_oneness | www.wellnessoneness.com