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The French enlightenment philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau famously said that "Man was born free, but everywhere he is in chains." Of course, Rousseau meant this in political terms, but this is also true in spiritual and emotional terms.
Most of the time, we hold the key to the mental prisons that we live in. We define the world in neat, tidy little boxes that spell out what we can and cannot do, who we can and cannot be, and where we can and cannot go. This is the source of the imperfections we are going to discuss in this course
Almost all of this is arbitrary, but they are all too real because we make them real by believing in them. Since they are all there, learn how to appreciate our imperfections.
We were born free, but we refuse to turn the lock of the mental prison that we choose to be in. And much of this situation can be tied to 8 mindsets that work to hold us back and drag us down.
Oftentimes, we are unaware that we have these mindsets. Still, the sooner you get out from under the influence of these, the sooner you will live a life of adventure, meaning, fulfillment and, paradoxically enough, control, imperfections and all.
In this course you will be encouraged to review the 8 mindsets that hold us back and identify those that are part of your thinking which in turn are a part of you. Then we will spend the rest of the course learning how to get rid of those mindsets and at the same time learn how to find joy and why you should find joy in your imperfections.
Your imperfections will always be with you. You find joy in them and even celebrate your imperfections once you have eliminated any and all of the 8 mindsets that you now own.
This is a fast and fascinating journey, the journey of discovering your imperfections, eliminating the destructive ones and celebrating all the rest of your wonderful imperfections! See you on the inside.