year of self-empowerment

The Year of Self-Empowerment: 2023

Welcome to 2023:  the year of Self-Empowerment. 

Empowerment is the degree of autonomy and self-determination in people and in communities. This enables them to represent their interests in a responsible and self-determined way, acting on their own authority. It is the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights. Empowerment as action refers both to the process of self-empowerment and to professional support of people, which enables them to overcome their sense of powerlessness and lack of influence, and to recognize and use their resources.

It’s time to declare the Covid-19 Pandemic over.  In other words, stop, take a break, and reflect on the past few years of craziness.  It has come at great cost to so many of us on a personal level, regardless of the path we chose to take, i.e. compliance or resistance.

Did you choose self-empowerment?  Or to comply?

If you chose to comply, ask yourself to what extent have you outsourced your self-care, personal accountability, ownership and responsibility?

More importantly, when it comes to making decisions, how much have you relied on the dictates and “safe and effective” reassurances of others, such as friends, family, employers, government approved experts, scientists and unelected officials? 

Or did you actually make an informed consent decision by investing the time and energy into doing your own research, thinking critically, and not allowing others to bully, coerce or mandate you into making your final decision?  This is the path of self-empowerment.

Make this the Year of Self-Empowerment

If you outsourced your decision-making, then do not beat yourself up.  The last three years subjected you to a military grade psychological operation in the form of mass hypnosis via mainstream media marketing and propaganda.  I am aware that many caved in and complied in order to keep earning a living and enjoy the “privileges of normal life” as per the government’s terms and conditions.

It’s not too late!

That said, the fact that you have found my website and kept reading this far is testament to the fact that you are realising you don’t want to live according to the rules and restrictions of others.  Instead, you’d rather step out of that world, and step into one which makes more sense.  A world where you are respected and heard as an individual, and able to access the tools and resources to help you care for self.  A world where you are mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually free to live your life as you desire.
In other words, this is the year of self-empowerment.  The year where you are ready to stop seeking outside of yourself for someone else to rescue you.  Instead, you are prepared to step up and become the hero of your life story.  And like any heroic quest, this is going to be challenging for you at every level.

All Heroes Need Mentors, Companions and Support

The good news is that this is a journey you do not have to make alone.  There are many like-minded individuals who can give you guidance, support and fellowship.  They exist in parallel societies and freedom communities all over the world.  You can access them online and offline.  They provide healing, education, companionship, tools and resources to assist you. 

From my perspective, I am part of one such offline community that provides “Freedom 101” support, education, and companionship
I also offer online support for your Heroic Journey inside KESWiN Academy.  You can learn more about KESWiN Academy here.
It’s never too late to start self-care and self-empowerment.  Make 2023 a year where you take charge of your life, and discover hidden strength and treasure within you.   The path forward is yours to choose, so choose wisely. 

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