Constraint vs. Freedom

Constraint vs. Freedom

Almost everyone I talk with likes the idea of freedom.

In the U.S., this is so common that I’m tempted to say it’s almost universal. There is something about the idea of freedom that reminds us of possibilities unexplored.

On the other hand, constraints exist everywhere in modern life. There are certainly limitations in our day-to-day lives. These include man-made laws (traffic laws, for example), natural laws (gravity) and, of course, our own internal limitations.

There’s not much to do about traffic laws or gravity. We just deal with them. But those personal, internal limitations can be challenging. And unless you move past them, they can trap you in just about any area of life.

Work. Income. Relationships.

Quality of life.

When you step past these constraints, it’s like taking off a pair of too-tight shoes. There is little that is more exhilarating than expanded possibilities.

I get frustrated about my own inner limits when I bump up against them. And I run into them at one level or another every day.

This frustration has led me on a 45-year journey of looking for ways to go past those limitations. There have been successes and plenty of failures. But gradually over time, it’s clearer what works and doesn’t work.

I think this is valuable information. There are definitely shortcuts to making real change. Most people don’t ever learn about these.

Because of this, I’ll be presenting a weekend workshop in late February to share the best of the best techniques I’ve discovered. These are the techniques I use myself and I’m excited to share them!

I’m calling the weekend, “Stepping into Freedom: A Simple Process for Changing Your Life Based on Ancient Wisdom and Modern Research.

I’ll have more information about this weekend coming out soon. In the meanwhile, if you have questions, please feel free to ask.

All the best for your health and happiness,

Dr. Bruce Eichelberger

 

 

 

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