Every choice we make demonstrates the presence of free will; life is an endless achievement of decision-making, with some decisions more influential than others; nonetheless, everything we do in life is the result of a decision we make. These are the choices that determine our course in life.
What is the law of free will and how does it work?
When it comes to making decisions, free will is the ability to choose.
Consider the number of decisions we make during the course of a day, from the moment we get up to the time we go to bed.
Choosing everything from the time we get up in the morning to the first thing we do, what we eat throughout the day, what we wear, and everything in between; everything from the most insignificant to the most significant decisions, such as the people with whom we share life, our profession, how we spend our free time, and how we feel at every moment; there is a choice behind everything we do.
The exercise of free will:
When it comes to making the right decisions, our spirit knows exactly what we need to do in order to have a full and happy life, to grow as people and as spiritual beings, to manifest the best of ourselves, and to offer it to the universe.
Our spirit possesses all of the wisdom and information necessary to guide us on the path of prosperity, freedom, and happiness at all times.
The question is, how many of our decisions are influenced by our spirit? In reality, there are relatively few.
The vast majority of the decisions we make, particularly those that have the greatest impact on and transcend our lives, are made by others.
This occurs as a result of the vast amount of information and disinformation to which we are continuously exposed through the media, social media, culture, and a variety of other sources. This is especially true nowadays.
Who is in charge of our freedom?
When we make day-to-day decisions about things like what we eat, what we do with our spare time, and how we manage our finances, we are almost certainly impacted to a significant degree by the information we receive from the media. Thus, our free will is not quite as “free” as we would think.
What happens when we have to make more significant decisions, such as what to do with our lives, what to study, where to live, and what kind of job to seek? And when it comes to this sort of thing, in addition to being affected by the media and society, it is quite typical for us to be carried away by what our parents, partners, or friends think, and we even ask their opinion on a number of occasions before making “our judgments.”
When we make decisions about our lives in this manner, we are not aware that we are determining what others want or expect of us. As a result, we are unlikely to be successful, and even if we are, the outcome will not be something that we are satisfied with. so that we might experience genuine freedom and happiness.
Decisions influenced by the views or wants of others prevent us from flowing in harmony with the world. Because we are all unique and have our own paths to go along, we all have things that inspire and make us happy that are distinct from one another.
What is the best way to make my own decisions?
Despite the fact that we all desire things like riches, health, prosperity, love, beauty, and serenity on a general level. The manner in which it reaches each individual, as well as the manner in which each individual sees and experiences these things, are entirely distinct.
It is a mistake to believe that just because my father was successful as a doctor, I would be successful as well. He may be successful, but he may not be successful in a way that will make you genuinely happy.
For one individual, happiness might be found in living in a penthouse in New York and working in finance, but for another, happiness can be found in being a writer and living near nature, or in teaching, or in being an athlete, a researcher, or a monk, among other things.
As a result, it is a grave mistake to make judgments without first ensuring that they are being guided by the spirit; he will never lead us astray, and we will always choose the correct option if we exercise conscious control over our free will.
The most effective way to stay in touch with your spirit and make the greatest decisions at all times, without being influenced by extraneous forces, is to be fully present in each moment.
Using the law of attraction deliberately, attracting whatever you wish into your life while exercising your free will in conjunction with the knowledge of spirit, you will get outcomes that are exactly what you anticipate and will bring nothing but a pleasure to your life.