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Dr. Free


You’re Awake but You’re Not Alone

“If it is possible for ostracization, disinclusuion or non-belonging to be a consequence of any type of behavior there was no belonging in the first place.” 

“Had I found a sense of belonging in all the places where I wanted to be accepted I would never have arrived to where I am today. Though painful at the time, I am truly thankful to all those who rejected me!” Dr. Free 

The path of awakening can be very tumultuous. My hope is that the following will encourage you and help to broaden your sense of peace. Becoming conscious or waking up is definitlely life changing–to say the least!! As we change due to our awakening it is important to be true to ourselves as we face the challenges of not belonging in places where we used to “allegedly” fit in.

If we present anything less to the world than our authentic self, know we will not fit in and that’s really okay. True belonging comes when we abandon trying to live up to the expectations of others. Only, when are honest with ourselves about who we are can we then demonstrate that person to the world.

These five things helped me to move forward after awakening along my journey. Hopefully they will help you:

(1) Regardless of who does or who does not accept you remember you are always one with source. You can never be cut away or isolated from source. You are source and it is you. It is in source that we live move and have our being.

(2) Be yourself. Inauthentic people usually find themselves hiding under the veil of manipulation hindered by the conditional love of others. When we are unapologetically who we are eventually we will attract people who accept us in our authenticity.

(3) You are not alone. There are countless people going through the awakening process. They are experiencing many of the same stressors and pains as you may be. Recently, I was able to encourage a sister on-line who had recently walked away from Christianity. I know what that feels like. We had never met but in her honest vulnerability, pain, and authenticity she attracted me to herself.  I told her…

I understand exactly where you are and how awkward, uncomfortable, outcast, etc that you may feel. I’ve been there! It probably sounds to easy compared to Christianity, but simply follow your heart and do what feels right for you with no guilt or apology. Awakening is a process. Be patient with yourself. Enjoy the never-ending journey of enlightenment. Give yourself permission to ask as many questions as you need to and just be. The answers will come. You will attract to you what you need outside of yourself at just the right time. Otherwise, the answers that you need are within you. Peace, love and light to you.

(4) The changes of the awakening process can cause you to feel isolated and alone. The feelings of loneliness can be minimized if you determine to notice the similarities you share with others rather than highlighting the differences. This may be challenging in the beginning of your awakening process. When we begin to awaken at first all we see is contrast but it will be easier to accomplish in time. Conscious or not you are still human and so are the people in the world. We are personally accountable to the way we treat others. Our feelings and actions toward others are actions are actions and feelings turned inward. The Law of Divine Oneness states that we are all connected, we are all one. We are all part of a whole. That means that all of humanity, all of nature and all of God (Source, All) are one.

5) Self acceptance is crucial to your progress. The awakening process can make you feel like you are looking in the mirror at a stranger. Everything seems different now as you have come into your true self outside of the matrix. Sudden change can sometimes be hard to manage especially when the personal change is dramatic. Nonetheless, accept who you are and celebrate your personal evolution. Get excited about your life! Put more emphasis on where you are and the wonderful future that lies ahead rather than mourning the past. The past had purpose bless it and let it go. There are no accidents, no time has been wasted, and you are right where you need to be in your journey. Embrace it. Try not to be so hard on yourself.

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Stay woke,

Dr. Free

The Beauty of Contrast

Growing up I heard my elders talk about experiencing trials and tribulations of life. I used the lens they used to interpret their experience to understand my own. Like them I concluded that in my life I was either going to a storm or through a storm. If I wasn’t in trouble of some kind in a little while I would find myself in the midst of one.

I accepted the inevitability of tragedy and trouble as part of my human experience. I didn’t understand the essence and power of my inner being to create my own reality.

Today, I have come into my own sense of being, which took almost half a century (if I consider linear time), I now see things much differently. Now I understand the universal law of attraction. I know that I create the reality that I chose to exist in. There are some “things” in my reality that I recognize simply as wanted and unwanted. Rather than labeling these things as a challenge, trouble,  trials, or tribulations–they are wanted or unwanted. In other words they are contrasts.

Contrast are beautiful because they are not sinful (whatever that is), shameful, guilt filled nor regretful. Recognizing life’s experiences in this way keeps me free from succumbing to unnecessary weights and responsibilities. Additionally, I don’t feel defeated, instead because of the beautiful light of contrast, it is easier to choose what I desire most and embrace what brings me the greatest contentment.

Contrast is beautiful because it truly reveals where I am and helps me get to the better places that I want to be in. In fact, the more contrasting experiences I have the more I move toward  the best version of my desire. Contrast confirms what I don’t want on the way to what I do want. There is just as much value in knowing what one doesn’t want as there is in knowing what one does want.



“As the original people there was no need to call ourselves Black. The name Black and all the others came from the Europeans. No one existed with us in the beginning that was different from us even though all so-called races came from us. In fact throughout the continent of Africa we have always existed in varying shades not just darker browns. Whatever the shade melanin is a blessing not a curse and we should wear it like royal robes. Lets do our homework, learn our history, and gain knowledge of self” Dr. Free

Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder and or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

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Peace and love,

Dr. Free

Racism Defined

“Racism is really a mental disorder. Manifestation of racist behaviour as a result of domination are the denial of reality, perceptual distortion, delusion of grandeur, phobias in the face of differences, and projecting blame (blaming the victim). Europeans had to lie to themselves about what Africa was and had been, and to keep that information going one adapts to unreality. So when you see reality it is necessary to deny it. So denial of reality would be, to look at the population of Kemet (ancient Egypt) and say it was a white population. That is flat out denial of what the facts say. It is not true that the white group is superior to anyone and to believe in that is a psychological distortion of reality.” Dr. Asa Hillard