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Now - on with today's inspiration
"Freedom lies in being bold."
What does "freedom" mean to you personally?
Where and when has your freedom been taken from you?
What are you willing to do to increase your boldness so that you may live a life of increased freedom?
Bonus: Write for at least ten minutes on each of these questions for three days in a row. Why three days? With each day the questions and your deeper ideas will come forward to assist you in getting where you most need to go and who you most need to be now. You may want to continue writing on these themes for even longer. Celebrate your successes.
Make a list of 5 to 10 beliefs that aren't working for you.
Make a list of 5 to 10 coinciding personal declarations of freedom from those 5 to 10 beliefs.
If you would like suggestions and coaching how to do this, please visit this article about writing personal declarations in order to shift negative beliefs to positive action.
Integration and Application:
Choose one of your declarations to focus upon as a daily practice. Move through the list and continue daily for this month. If you have a writing practice, include writing your declaration repeatedly as a part of this practice.
Freedom looks like....
Boldness looks like...
Freedom sounds like....
Boldness sounds like....
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