A New Perspective on Freedom

A New Perspective on Freedom


My big word for today: Freedom. Feeling frustration with the choices I’ve made that I imagine limit my freedom. Curious what Beatrex has to say about what freedom means in the 4D/5D world. Why do I imagine that freedom will lead to loss and lack of love? This feels like a big piece coming up for healing and new perspective.


In Numerology Freedom is a 2/5/7…this is quite interesting to me. The number 2 in the spiritual indicates that freedom must be inspired by your spiritual nature and is influenced by balance. In other words freedom comes to those who do not allow themselves to be polarized by judgment. Harmony is the spiritual nature of freedom.

Mentally Freedom is a 5, this is the number of action, motion, variety, change, and expansion. “When one’s mind is expanded it is a free mind.” A free mind is not stuck—it is open and willing to change on a dime because it is free.

Physically the number is a 7. Seven is the number of the mind when it is its higher levels of intelligence because it can see the bigger picture. Knowledge is acquired in the physical when a lesson is experienced. This intelligence can look at options and can make choices knowing full well that in a state of freedom choices and options never stop.

4+5D requires us to accept freedom as a choice. 3D Freedom brings on resistance and a feeling of limitation which requires rebellion in order to make freedom happen. Rebellion leads to regret, self-doubt, and discouragement—all 3D Soul Suffering States of Being that are becoming extinct.

Use the following “Five Steps to Freedom” as journal prompts, to write away your perceived blocks to freedom from a 3D point of view. When we work with the concept of freedom we are soon presented with resistance. Freedom presents a pathway for us to bump directly into our limitations. When we can become aware of these limits, we can then find our way to freedom. The following are ideas that might assist you in seeing deeper into your resistance to accepting freedom into your life. Once you discover these you might want to add more to your Freedom List in the Moon Book.

  1. Feeling Useless. This happens when you measure yourself by what others think of you.
  2. Discouragement. This occurs when you blame others instead of taking responsibility for your part in a situation.
  3. Regret. This happens when you live inside past events and continue to rehearse your story, hoping that if you tell it enough, it will get resolved. Living in the past leads to regret and blocks you from freedom.
  4. Limitation. This happens when we think that there is no way out of a challenge, which creates an inability to see options. When options are out of the picture we become unable to create positive outcomes.
  5. Self-Doubt. This takes place when we think that others are better than we are. Growing cannot occur when we have given someone else our ceiling.

Last but not least, 4+5D freedom is freedom from judgment. Freedom from the need to be right. Freedom from your perception of the past and freedom from your perception of the future. Freedom lives in ‘the now’! The ticket to ‘the now’ is acceptance!

Everything You Ever Wanted is One Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

Everything You Ever Wanted is One Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

Photo © Samara Johnson

The soul’s purpose is to experience. The mind’s purpose is to judge and allow or deny the experience. The emotion’s purpose is to express or repress the experience. The body’s purpose is to facilitate or to store the experience.

Through the passageway of this axiom we can look within and see how deeply embedded our denial or determination is. This axiom shows us that our primal choice is to experience life through action and demonstrate how we allow judgment to stop the experience. When we deny our experience, we store it for a later date. In storing or warehousing our experience, we can trust that it will come up again, giving us an opportunity to complete.

Remember, thought precedes action. How often we get stuck in thought and never move to the allowing, expressing or facilitating  part of the equation. The risk required for action is often uncomfortable. Taking a risk shows us whether or not we are committed to life and to ourselves. Making the statement, ”I’m going for it no matter what,” requires faith. (Faith cannot be determined without risk.) Everything you ever wanted is one step beyond your comfort zone.

If you are reading this today, you are being asked to go for it and experience the gusto that comes when you go one step beyond that which you have judged as comfortable.

Image © Samara Johnson – used with permission