I often ask myself if its possible to live in a world where we as individuals are free to live how we want. What is the definition of Freedom? Can we really define it ? these are the sort of questions that tend to float around in my head, when I truly try and understand this concept of Freedom.
There is no set definition (well apart from the one in the Oxford Dictionary) of the word, many of us tend to define it in our own way arguably based on the sort of life we live. So in that case is the idea of Freedom subjective? It is very easy to say we want to be free to live the life we want, but yet we still worry about the way others perceive us. Are we truly embracing who we are ? or are we simply just conforming to society's idea of freedom?
Whether you want to sing in public or even dance, you should be able to do that. Nobody can tell you not to, we as individuals have the right to express ourselves and embrace identity and show it off to the world. Nerea Carrion and The Happy World team held a workshop (The Social Freedom Workshop) last week which focused on most of the things has been discussed so far in this article, and just encouraging people to embrace Social Freedom.
Here is just a few things that some of the attendees who took part had to say about the workshop:
" For anyone seriously looking to be confident and getting back your self-esteem I urge you to sign up for their workshop " - Sam
" I would highly recommend the Social Freedom 2 day workshop to any individual wanting to become a much more sociable and confident person... " - Annette
For more information on this workshop, or the other ones we hold you can simply visit our website. We are all unique individuals who are free, confident and happy . Sometimes it is very easy to forget that, but you just have to keep reminding yourself of that and care less about how other perceive you. So long as you are proud of who you are that is all that matters.