freedom (n.)

Old English freodom “power of self-determination, state of free will; emancipation from slavery, deliverance;” see free (adj.) + -dom.

Freedom is a choice. We can be free in every moment, if we choose.

I consider myself to be free and in those moments when I don’t, I choose thoughts that free me.

I am mindful that my thoughts trap me into a reality that only exists for me projecting my inner world onto an external landscape of self.

Freedom in Forgiveness

We forgive others not to free them but to free ourselves.

21 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? 22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.

Matthew 18:21-22 AKJV

Ho’oponopono Prayer

I Love You

Please forgive me

Thank You

I’m Sorry

The Ho’oponopono Prayer

Freedom in Breathwork

Doing something as simple as modifying your breathing has a direct and profound impact on your physiology. The Wim Hof Method breathing exercises is an effective tool to keep down stress, improve sleep, and do many other wonderful things for your health & wellbeing.

Freedom in frequency

To order a bottle:

Freedom in ‘The Work’

Freedom in Unity – Stand in the Park Community

Stand in the Park

If you seek to connect with like minded Freedom oriented people consider joining a Stand in the Park near you.

Western Australia – Stand in the Park

Albany – Albany Town Square, York St
– Memorial Park
Aveley – Thornton Street, Aveley
Bibra Lake– Progress Dr(Near Playground)
Bridgetown – 
River Markets Park (btwn bridge and bowls club) Bunbury – Anzac Park
Busselton – King Street Coastal Park, King Street
Butler – Kingsbridge Park
Canning Vale 
– Karri Park, Banskia EsplanadeFremantle – South Beach Cafe (park bench in front of cafe)
Geraldton – Geraldton Water Park, 31 Foreshore Drive
Harvey – Snell’s Park, corner Uduc & Hayward
Kalamunda – Stirk Park
Kewdale – Tomato Lake Reserve
Koondoola – Butterworth Park
Lathlain – Rayment Park, Howick Street
Mandurah – Henry Sutton Grove
Margaret River – Reuther Park
– Bellport Park (amphitheatre end)
 – Park opposite pub
Narrogin– Memorial Park (6312/9 Williams Rd)
Noranda – Robert Thompson Reserve, Cnr. Benara Rd & Mc Gilvrey Ave
Northam, Bernard Park
Rockingham – Foreshore, near cafes
Swan View – Brown Park, Salisbury Rd
Toodyay – Duidgee Park 
Tuart Hill 
– Robinson Reserve, Royal St
Wanneroo – Rotary Park
Willeton– Willeton Reserve (Apsley Rd – Near Pavilions)
Woodbridge – Harper Park, near Rotunda
Woodlands– Jackladder Lake Reserve Park, Rosewood Ave (opposite the cafes)
Yanchep – Wilkie Park

Freedom in knowing who you are

Knowing who you are, where you stand and where you get your authority is the key to Practical Lawful Ascension.

  • You are a Divine sentient living breathing man or woman.
  • You stand on the land.
  • You get your authority from God/Universe/Divine.

Practical Lawful Ascension

Doing the inner spiritual work is an integral key to being a peaceful activist and when asserting our rights as free living men and women on the land, sui juris be mindful of intent and how that is manifesting in your reality.

Freedom in Ascended Navigation

  • Be the highest most awakened manifestation of yourself
  • Be neutral
  • Detach from the outcome