The Secret Relationship Between Leadership and Freedom
The Secret Relationship Between Leadership and Freedom
  • Posted: May 22, 2020
  • 451 words
Key Lesson

Here’s a glimpse of a higher level of self-knowledge that opens the door to the possibility of a karma-free life: Nothing moves that everything doesn’t; so that if we learn to move with life itself, Life will take care of itself... and therein is our innocence, and our freedom guaranteed.


How many of us think that there is no individual action that we're ever going to take as a human being that's going to have global impact, even though all of us would like to be a leader or a hero? I want you to understand there is no such thing as an insignificant act on the part of a person who wants to wake up and be a different human being. Every last one of us is endowed with the ability to change the whole of the world every moment.

Physics is beginning to prove what spiritual people have understood since the beginning of time, and that is that there is no such thing as any action that isn't connected to the whole of the universe. There's no such thing... and that means that any time anyone does anything, in that action -- through a very beautiful web of life -- the whole of life is impacted by that action.

This means two things. First it means that when I am a follower, meaning when I do what I've always done (and hope for a different outcome), I am contributing to a world that is less and less free even as I am less and less free. But when I assume a role of leadership, I break the continuity. I break the chain. I break the connection with the world that created that moment in me and the me that created that world.

What does it mean to be a leader in my own life? It means I don't follow my own thoughts. It means I don't follow my own feelings. It means I have my own actual independence from all the reactions that rifle through me, because if I follow thought, if I follow feelings, if I'm ruled by reactions, I'm not a leader... not in the true sense of being a leader. It's impossible, because you can't follow and be a leader at the same time.

Have you ever done something that truly was a first step for you, no matter what it was, and you were terrified to do it, but after you did it you realized, "Hey, that was the greatest thing in the world"? Of course you have. Why? Because you found out a great secret. And what is the secret relationship between the two? It's that we have to be given these moments, these challenging points in our lives in order to receive the lessons that show us that who and what we are already contained all that we needed in the moment... but we have to go through the experience to prove to ourselves that within this already exists what it is that we needed.

Excerpted From: The Essential Laws of Successful Leadership, Guy Finley's 1-hour seminar - MP3 download only $3.99 for a limited time - Buy Now

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