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  • Writer's pictureZsofia Fischer


FINANCIAL FREEDOM is the dream of many people around the world. It’s the ability to live your life on your own terms, without being tied down by financial constraints. It’s about having the freedom to make choices based on your desires, rather than your bank account. And, let's be real, it's also about having enough money to buy all the strawberries you want without feeling guilty.

But, what does it really mean to be financially free? Some might say it means having a net worth of a million dollars or more. Others might say it means being debt-free. But the truth is, financial freedom is different for everyone. It's a state of mind, not just a number on a bank statement. One of the keys to financial freedom is letting go of the idea that possessions equal happiness. Sure, it's nice to have a shiny new car or the latest iPhone, but true happiness comes from within, not from the things we own. As the great philosopher Epictetus once said, "Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants." So, if you can learn to be content with what you have, you're already on your way to financial freedom. Another aspect of financial freedom is abundance. This doesn't necessarily mean having an endless supply of money, but rather having an abundance mindset. This means believing that there's always enough to go around, that opportunities are plentiful, and that you can create abundance in your life with your thoughts and actions. As the wise Louise Hay once said, "I am open and receptive to all the good and abundance in the universe."

While it's important to take our finances seriously, it's equally important not to take them too seriously. Humor can be a powerful tool when it comes to managing our money, as it allows us to approach even the most stressful financial situations with a light heart. Moreover, spirituality can provide us with a sense of purpose beyond money, reminding us of what truly matters in life. When we prioritize our spiritual well-being, we begin to recognize that our happiness doesn't have to depend on our financial situation. It's about finding contentment in the present moment, and trusting that the universe will provide for our needs. By cultivating this mindset, we can experience a greater sense of abundance in our lives, regardless of our bank account balance. So, while it's important to stay grounded in reality and make responsible financial decisions, don't forget to infuse your journey with a sense of humor and spirituality. As you do, you may find that your relationship with money improves, and you feel more connected to the true abundance that life has to offer.

Personally, I can attest to the fact that financial freedom is not just about the numbers. I used to have a very well-paying job, but I wasn't fulfilled. So, I took a leap of faith and left that job to pursue my true purpose, even though it meant earning only 10% of my previous salary. And you know what? I never once felt like I was lacking anything. I always had enough during every moment in my life, and I felt supported every step of the way. As I continued to grow and evolve in my life, I realized that my relationship with money played a big role in my sense of abundance. I had to clear my money blocks and shift my mindset to truly embrace financial freedom. And as I did, I found that my wealth grew along with me. Coming back to Louise Hay again, she also once said, "The universe is abundant, and everything I need comes to me at the right time and in the right way." And I couldn't agree more. So, if you're looking to achieve financial freedom, remember to let go of the idea that possessions equal happiness, adopt an abundance mindset, and approach the journey with a sense of humor and spirituality. And, of course, don't forget to treat yourself to some strawberries along the way!

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