Our Right To Decide

Our minds are not in the hands of anyone else!

All the same, regardless of our current circumstances and experiences. Regardless of where we come from, what we believe, how we were raised, or how we were educated, we are all equal before the law.

Our minds belong to us, regardless of where we’ve been or where we’ve come from.

But we don’t use our freedom of choice as we should because of all these things. We tend to fall back on our existing state of conditioning, which is often limited to a level below our true potential… one that is way below what we are capable of!

Precise formulas for maximum achievement and success

We are confronted with the following equation in every situation or dealing:


The occasion or encounter. As a stimulus, it can be either positive or negative. To be honest, most of the time, they’re just random things that happen to us for no apparent reason. Something like this is known as a “happening to me” action. We have no say in any of this.
The reverberation. We’re all in this together! This is what we do after the imposed event or interaction. This is a completely self-involved, personal decision.
The end result. When all is said and done, the final state of mind, emotion, environment, or atmosphere.
In order to gain a more profound understanding, we can extend the equation given above as follows:

It’s possible to develop an awareness of the fact that we have a window of opportunity, no matter how small, before we issue a response.

It’s up to us whether or not we react or respond, how we see the EVENT/INTERACTION, and how much weight we give it.

Even if something bad happens, we need to use our freedom of choice to better influence our response and thus have a greater impact on the collective outcome.

The more people who know about something, the more knowledgeable they become.

As we become more aware of the power of our freedom of choice to shape our lives, it’s critical that we also learn about the factors that limit or enhance that power.

These are some examples:

Awareness of the circumstances or surroundings in which the individual, group, or outside influence originates or is exposed.
The ability to assess our own strengths and weaknesses in relation to the situation at hand, as well as the knowledge of the potential effects the interaction or event will have on our own lives.
In terms of our current knowledge of
Other people or groups who have started a response to us.
These are the things we hold dear. Are they in line with the power or are they under attack? The first question we need to ask ourselves is: Will our preconceived notions about the world be challenged, disproven, or confirmed?
Our hopes and dreams. In what ways are your expectations being met, if at all?
Desires that we have. What are our long-term goals, as well as our pressing short-term ones? Is this interaction a positive or negative disruption to our desired path or vibration?
Our freedom of choice in any given situation is largely determined by the resources we have absorbed or utilised, as well as the capacity we have built up for ourselves through study, personal development, and self-improvement!


A more focused and healthy vibration can be achieved by utilising the value of our freedom of choice positively.

As an example of this, consider:

Having serenity means that we have the ability to maintain a calm demeanour that demonstrates our wisdom and self-control! Confidence in oneself and one’s ability to progress can be bolstered by the knowledge that what others do to us does not affect us if we choose.
As a follow-up to serenity, it’s important to make sure that everything gets done in its proper time frame. By doing so, we are less likely to “blow a fuse” at the slightest provocation.
The calmness and tranquilly that permeates our minds and hearts, in perfect harmony with serenity, is known as inner peace and tranquilly.
Humility. In order to avoid confrontation, we must recognise that we are not superior to the other person or force, but rather different, and this position of humility enables us to know that we can always learn and grow, and therefore harvest the best learning experience possible!
Discipline. This is a crucial benefit, as success will be elusive without the ability to maintain good self-control and learn new skills. Here are a few examples of what we can do: Each and every one of our actions is directed toward accomplishing a single, specific goal. We become better at prioritising things that are important to us. Increasingly, people are willing to give up the good (immediate gratification) for the great. We will not compromise long-term growth for short-term gratification!
Because of this, I urge you to examine your current level of self-control and learn how it can always be an advantage… regardless of the interaction!

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