True, absolute freedom to do good
Question from the Internet:
“What is your understanding of true freedom as our capacity to do what is good?”
Unique empirical, natural scientists — who have been studying human nature in contrast to Nature’s fundamental laws, forces for millennia — explain, that we have total freedom only when we try to do what is good.
“Doing good” means acting “Naturally” — according to how Nature’s perfectly balanced system acts — meaning developing an intention to constantly think, decide, act only for the sake of others, unconditionally serving, loving others, and everything outside of the “self”, like all elements of Nature creating and sustaining life through their unconditionally selfless mutual cooperation.
Nature facilitates such actions, such mutual operation with all of its laws and forces, so when we start acting in partnership with Nature’s elements, forces we start sensing absolute freedom, perfection, and an eternal sense of flow with life.
As long as we act differently — following our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and subjective individualism — we encounter suffering, struggle, crisis, wars, and death, as we constantly try going against Nature’s life-giving forces, flow.
We can see how even when we have multiple times more than what we need, and we can exploit, use others for our own profit, benefit we are not happy, we are totally imprisoned into our own egoistic, subjective calculations constantly fearing if we have enough, what we will lose, who wants to take away what we have, and we perish as depressed, unloved, unfulfilled, miserable nobodies that will be forgotten.
Through becoming perfect, selflessly serving cells in the “body”, living organism of Humanity within integral Nature we transition to a realistic, tangible sense of perfection, eternity while still seemingly living in our present biological bodies in this world. We can achieve this very quickly by methodically learning how to escape the self through existing in, serving the desires, viewpoints of others, roaming in their desires unrestrained, unaffected by time, space, or physical motion.