THE LIBERATED PERSONALITY

‘The true value of a human being is determined primarily by the measure and the sense in which he has attained liberation from the self.’ — Albert Einstein …

The liberated personality are those who follow their own intuitive feelings in activities which are enjoyable to them without having any other purpose or goal beyond the enjoyment… It is activities which consume their attention in the “here and now” allowing them to often forget themselves and lose track of time.

They are relatively free from the expectations and goals of the social environment… If possible, they also seek work which is enjoyable to them while making financial factors secondary… They have come to realize that the meaning of life is through enjoying their own special interests… And also know this can only occur when they are free from the expectations and competition so important to be successful in society… Although their behavior is different, they do strive to live in harmony with others in the social environment.

An important part of the liberated mind is its creative imagination… Since the liberated personality does not conform to expected standards in society they are able to allow their imagination to flow beyond those who have identified with social goals… The freedom of imagination is perhaps the most enjoyable of all for it allows them to frequently become aware of new perceptions and life exoeriences.

Boredom is not a problem to the liberted personality even when they are alone for they realize their most creative time is often when in a state of solitude and free from all the distractions of the social environment… However their creative imagination is free to participate in many social activities including family life, entertainments and being with others.

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.” ~ Steve Jobs

One Response

  1. I find this very interesting Evan

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