How to Free the Old Soul’s Love and Wisdom | Fantastic, Wonderful
How to free the old soul’s love and wisdom? First and foremost, isn’t it frustrating to know we are higher than how we manifest? Don’t we yearn to achieve more than we settle? How can we step outside of our comfort zone without drifting too far away? Why do we have to discover the truth about ourselves when this encapsulates our identity? Since when are love and wisdom conditional? If we must enjoy the moment and go with the flow, how do we discern when it’s best to apply judgment and stay grounded? Don’t all rules contain exceptions? Who are we when we aren’t all but ourselves?
In other words, what are the pros and cons of detachment, listening to our intuition, and setting ourselves aside from the pack? Why do we prioritize what is not in our best interest? What motivates us to know better yet not do better? Then again, is it a matter of doing better or being our best? When was the last time we reserved a spot for our mental health and physical wellness? Are we spending any money if we invest our time and resources into progress?
What happens to our identity when we learn how to ignore distractions? Are we afraid of losing our religion, our unyielding attachment to the matrix, or both?
How do we override the viruses plaguing the systems of our indoctrinated, computerized worldview? How do we transcend the temptation to succumb to the pronounced sick world we call society? What is the value of focus when we learn from our not-so-humble beginnings? How do we take our energy back? Why do we expect others to love us when we haven’t cultivated the wisdom to love ourselves to emanate this light?
How can we expect the world to change when we haven’t geared this understanding to ourselves? Then, what justifies us to complain about the exacerbated affairs of the world? Who are we to judge another soul when none of us are perfect? What is love when we attach strings to how we express, give, and interpret love? How must we distinguish the power of love from the love of power — perhaps wisdom teaches us the nature of how power must operate? For instance, how can we augur to be control when we displace by controlling other people or housing it outside of our residence? If we can’t forgive what we’ve done, what rationale articulates why we’d anticipate interpersonal forgiveness? Aren’t we cardinal as we are first?
Again, how to free the old soul? Doesn’t our love and wisdom originate from intrinsic horizons versus extrinsic monopolies? Why does everything deserve ultimatums? How can we role model what it looks like to expect nothing in return to exchange kindness? Don’t we know karma applies to selflessness?
Why not let the Law of Attraction work for us — sow positive seeds and allow the fruits to bear? Is it a sin to let go of the chains and ride the wave? As such, why must we bring the art of detachment to the forefront of our awareness? Perhaps we flow smoother when we aren’t chasing a rote outcome? Isn’t it in our best interest to learn at our pace and speed? Why is it a vice to make the same mistakes if this enables us to pass with flying colors?
Does frequency matter as much as the depth of completion? Are we wrong to worry about frivolous concerns? How must we compete with the human condition without fighting our core and negating our best strengths? What are the best strategies to collaborate with our Higher Self and create a duet beyond words, beyond the constraints of time and space? How can we lose ourselves within the immersive, sensual, provocative experience without finding the need to oblige?
Is being among the most effective routes to embrace the buoyancy, ambition, and silliness of a younger soul and the seriousness, compassion, and depth of a more mature soul? Is life a comedy, or is a comedy the genre of life?
How does one recognize freedom in slavery’s simulation? Is there a guarantee that being free isn’t another scam or empty promise? Can we identify whether our constructed reality is a pipe dream or a dream come true? Why isn’t a dream come false a more prevalent term? How about a reality proven true, false or, somewhere in the middle? After all, doesn’t it take an old soul to discern the love and wisdom embedded in the infinite shades of gray? What is more freeing than releasing all societal constructs, being relatively unlabeled, then unscathed? What happens when we defy and debunk the status quo?
How to free the old soul? Why do we fear the unknown when that’s who we are? That said, why do we fear our successes more than our failures? Why do we fret about keeping up with the latest trends?
Is there any purpose in Fear of Missing Out (FOMO)? Do we miss who we used to be more than the desire to stay within the loop? Why not utilize every opportunity to grow, develop, and master? Is it a crime to endure the labors of a mental breakdown then subsequently birth the physical manifestation of a breakthrough? How can another person beat us being upset when they haven’t walked a mile in our shoes? Then again, who are we to decide the credentials one must wear and obtain to donate qualified, insightful love and wisdom? Aren’t we all (wise?) fools?
Why do we need other people to love, value, accept, and understand us before fulfilling this ourselves? Is this accurate, or is there another way to reflect and project these virtues?
How must we keep ourselves safe from all manner of hurt, harm, and danger when the enemies lurk within the state, the worst oppressors pull our heartstrings the best? How must we drown out all the noise when we are more apt to drown in an ocean of despair and hopelessness instead? Is our perception skewed, left or right, or are we just lifetimes away from possessing a symmetrical bell curve? Are we meant to experience the best of both worlds or be the best? Above all, how to free the old soul and live in a world of love and wisdom? Well, perhaps we must ask to receive the questions that won’t let us sleep. We must intuit the old soul’s diction to swim.