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How Long Should Freedom Take?

December 9th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin
Lester Levenson

Lester Levenson

“How long should it take Infinite Power, Infinite Knowledge, to know that It is infinite?”
– Lester Levenson, Happiness Is Free and It’s Easier Than You Think, Session 6

This question is both rhetorical and an invitation to dive deeply into the truth of that which you are already now. Lester used to use questions like this to insight us to stop postponing our Ultimate Freedom. Notice too, how Lester is not referring to you as a person but you as the Infinite Beingness. You can use this question to both spur yourself on and as a self-inquiry question to notice that beauty and richness that you are. Ponder this question and notice what it opens up within you. – Hale Dwoskin

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4 Responses to “How Long Should Freedom Take?”

  1. Vivek says:

    One question Hale ( do answer it): I have found the same pattern for the past few months. After releasing for more than an hour, the mind seems to be go blank. That is good but after than i tend to feel happy and then from no where it seems like that i need to enjoy in this moment by eating and watching television and i do that without any guilt all the time. Once the mind is quiet for a long time it seems like asking me, what next? what next? and i then i start the entertainment via food and TV. should i increase the amount of releasing time or this is just a phase?

    • Hale Dwoskin says:

      This sounds quite normal and yes it is just a faze. I would recommend that you spend time welcoming and embracing the happiness and peace that you experience from releasing before you spend time escaping into TV and food. Then if you still want to do that bring the happiness with you and know it is OK. It will all balance out.

  2. Chevy says:

    Thank you for sighting this statement. Nothing like a good old rhetorical questions to stop the gears and get me back to remembering.

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