The four essential steps to creating a life of freedom without compromise
A table generally has four legs all of which need to be sturdy, stable and equal length for the table to not be compromised.
Freedom is not found hiding under the table, rather it is experienced dancing on top of the table.
When you choose to dance on your table all four legs need to be in integrity.
Like the four legs of a table, these four steps are all essential to creating a life of freedom without compromise.
Knowing what freedom means for you and what’s important to you – your values.
Looking in a dictionary, freedom is defined as being your power or right to act, speak and think as you choose.
What does it mean for you?
How do you want to be and feel when you experience freedom?
For me, freedom is my ability to choose whatever my heart desires. I want to be able to choose anything my heart desires whenever I want to – that is what freedom means for me. You will have your own meaning for freedom. Unless you know what it means for you, you’ll never really know whether you’re experiencing freedom or not.
What’s important to you?
What are your values?
Once you have that the next step is to describe how your values show up for you in your life and your business. Your values, like freedom, are concepts that everyone ascribes their own meaning to.
Framing your values as statements gives you filters to check your alignment with them in how you show up, the choices you make, what you tolerate and the actions you take.
When everything you be and do is aligned with your values – that’s when you’re truly enjoying freedom!
My value statements guide my decision making. When whatever I choose is aligned with my values then I feel free.
Here are mine as an example for you.
Values are incredibly important to me. I stand for:
Kindness and treating others as you want to be treated.
Courage to move forward resolutely and bravely in accordance with your own beliefs.
Creativity to follow your own path, not other’s directions.
Freedom to choose whatever your heart desires.
Knowing who you are and what your purpose is.
Over the first few years of life, particularly the first seven, we are shaped and moulded by society to be who they want us to be. We are sponges absorbing and believing whatever we hear, see, feel, sense.
It comes as no surprise that as teenagers and young adults we play and experiment in an effort to discover who we are.
The truth is, who you are here being in this lifetime is defined by your energetic DNA. When you try to be someone other than who you are coded to be, you’re living out of alignment and it’s just not sustainable.
When you have a numerologist, like me, read your code for you it’s a truly liberating experience. My clients report they feel a settling into their body, a sense of coming home, of grounding into themselves in a way they’ve never experienced previously.
Your life purpose is calculable and readable through numerology – you get the energy, the essence of why you are here, what your life purpose is and who you are here to help. Then you get to choose the details according to your skill set and what you enjoy.
It is no surprise then that I’ve named my delivery of this information your Freedom Code because that’s what it truly is.
Knowing what you need to do to fulfil your purpose
Now that you know what freedom is for you, you know your values and how they show up for you, you know who you are and your purpose –
What do you need to do to fulfil your purpose?
What do you need to get done consistently? Daily? Weekly? Monthly? Annually?
What are the key actions that will move you forward toward fulfilling your purpose?
Which of those are for you to do and which can you delegate?
Here, we are talking about the essential actions only, not the nice-to-do actions.
Knowing your priorities and creating a framework that’s aligned for you.
What do you need to take care of you on a day-to-day basis?
This is whole of life stuff. Health. Fitness. Work. Fun and play. Relationships. Family. Friends.
What are your must-dos each and every day?
Those things that you know you must do to stay positive and enthusiastic.
When do you prefer to do them?
Let’s say you like to walk, exercise and practice yoga every day.
How much time does that require?
What time of the day do you prefer to do them?
What work tasks need done every day?
How long do they take?
When do you prefer to do them?
When I do this work with clients, together we create a framework for their life and business that’s sustainable.
They feel safe to grow and expand because they have a firm foundation to build on that they know is aligned and in integrity.
They have their own personal framework that provides freedom for them to play and create anything they choose; and, importantly, is sustainable.
My clients then feel safe, solid and secure to share their magickal gifts with the world, and create financial freedom doing what they love with ease and flow.
They’ve chosen their own path and they’re focusing on it rather than all the bright shiny objects that bombard you a gazillion at a time.
Their confidence and trust in themselves grows; they no longer seek external validation nor do they ever need to compromise; instead they’re on a mission – their personal mission.
They no longer risk burning out, experiencing overwhelm or people pleasing; neither do they get stuck in analysis paralysis and perfectionism.
They know for certain that they’re living a life of purpose and creating a legacy their grandchildren will be proud of.