The ancient blessing that teaches us to be free

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Elia Tabuenca García
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'Your freedom ends where that of others' and man is free to act as he wants as long as it does not end up influencing those around him. But so, can we really feel unchained?

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Rousseu argued that 'your freedom ends where that of others' and that man is free to act as he wants as long as it does not end up influencing those around him. But so, can we really feel unchained?





An ancient blessing reveals the secret to flying alone. Nāhuatl is an Uto-Aztec language spoken in Mexico, an ancient blessing dedicated to the Goddess IxChel was handed down from the ancient civilizations and translated starting from the XNUMXth century, in the Central Region of Mexico.

This blessing speaks of the meaning of emotional freedom and how it can be achieved by freeing ourselves from the conditioning that could make us prisoners of unhappiness. In everyday life, there are habits, situations and moods that make us grow and strengthen us.

There are fundamental people: our parents, siblings, grandparents, your partner or partner, children, friends and more, with whom we tend to build a closeness dictated by the heart and by feelings. Other people, on the other hand, condition us, keep us tied to themselves, even going so far as to make us slaves.

This little story that you can find translated in different versions on the web, is a hymn to freedom, but in order to truly reach it it is first necessary to release loved ones from responsibilities and expectations, only by doing so can we give to others and to ourselves the sense of inner peace that one feels in not being forced to behave in a certain way in order not to disappoint the expectations of others.

Ancient blessing

I have freed the My parents from the feeling of having failed me.

I have freed the my sons from the need to carry pride for me; that they can write and walk their own ways according to their hearts, whispering in their ears all the time.


I released the my man from the obligation to complete it, to complete myself. I don't miss anything, I learn all the time, together with all beings. I like them or I don't like them.


I thank i my grandparents and ancestors who have gathered so that today I breathe Life. I free them from the failures of the past and from the desires they have not fulfilled, knowing that they have done their best to resolve their situations within the consciousness of that moment. I honor them, love them and recognize them as innocent.

I undress in front of all eyes, which know that I neither hide nor owe anything other than being faithful to myself and to my own existence, and that walking with the wisdom of the heart, I am aware that my only duty is to pursue my own. life project, free from invisible and visible family ties that can disturb my peace and happiness. These are my only responsibilities.

I renounce the role of Savior, of being the one who unites or meets the expectations of others. By learning through, and through love alone, I bless my essence and the way I express it, even if some may not understand me.

I understand myself, because only I have lived and experienced my story; because I know myself, I know who I am, what I feel, what I do and why I do it. I respect and approve of myself.



I honor the divinity in you and me ... we are free.

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