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I Laugh At Me I Am Free

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“I Laugh at Me I Am Free” VIDEO COURSE BY ROBERT WILSON
This course explores the link between inner struggles and external life events. It emphasizes the idea that the negative aspects we encounter in the world around us often reflect similar issues within ourselves. Recognizing this connection serves as a catalyst for personal development. The narrative skillfully connects the dots, highlighting the importance of expressing oneself, relying on intuition, and embracing a sense of adventure to bring one’s dreams and desired outcomes to life.

Wilson’s teachings go beyond just laughter therapy, delving into mindfulness and addressing the downsides of excessive overthinking. We were urged to break free from the constraints of past thinking patterns, creating a blank slate to envision and shape their dreams and ideal scenarios. The course advocates for a clear and uncluttered mind, devoid of the negative impacts of overthinking. It offers practical insights on navigating life with an open heart and soul.

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I Laugh at Me Sets Me Free

As I instantly realize and esteem humor, communication, inspiration, sheds shreds and communicates away indoctrinated gossip of socialized silliness, trauma, drama, anxiety, stress, and all that self-taught torment.

To sassily stream pure liberation, to stop healing the past and liberate the now. How’s that feel to say I liberate my now?

As I am awakened and aware of the dare to laugh at me, sets me free to instantly give myself permission to rise out of the box of socialized brainwashed bullshit I taught myself, liberates me to orbit the universe, gleaming optimistic rainbow brilliance.

To instantly instigate treasure trolls of trend center rich omnipresent visionary energy because laughter liberates anchored useless gunk heroizes.

My trail boss resolve to evolve of that’s funny as I now understand esteem that funny communicates the way the surging annoyances of my day so I laugh at me to sassily express that’s funny, freezes squeezes out useless, neutered, nullifying yuck because I am suppressed.

That’s funny, broke the yolk of yuck to experience my sunny side of utopian prowess because all the yuck that is inside in the world is inside me. And that’s the thing. All the stuff you think is in the outside world are actually inside you.

 

2 reviews for I Laugh At Me I Am Free

  1. Robert Wilson

    Robert Wilson’s 26-minute long podcast dated 5/1/24 opens with some “cowboy” music and an attractive pink sunset or sunrise-type backdrop. His main message is that we need to liberate ourselves from ourselves, and doing this is what personal growth is all about. He explains that in ancient times, our ancestors were focused on surviving, and modern humans have not changed their behaviour that much since then. He uses some catchy jargon to draw attention to and empathize his message. He also makes up a few words like “lionize”. This is quite amusing and impactful. He encourages us to “galvanize the optimism inside us” by getting rid of all the “yuck” inside us. He stresses we mustn’t overthink things- that’s where our problems start. I love the picture Robert paints of us being busy and productive but on our treadmills of dread. He asks us, when and what is enough? I like his points about being stuck in our high-speed achievement mode. He raises the question of whether we have to be busy to be considered successful. I enjoyed the backdrop and the music and I think the podcast is a good length of time. If it was any longer, listeners might not focus on the message and it wouldn’t be as convenient to listen to when we have half an hour to spare. Another positive thing about the podcast is that he asks us some questions to get us thinking. At the end, it is useful that he mentions his website, so listeners can investigate his philosophies a bit further. Overall, I found the podcast enjoyable and entertaining. Robert’s message is encouraging, as he says we must not be negative with our “vocabulary of limitations” and self-sabotage. Laughter liberates us, so we need to do this more in our daily lives.

  2. Robert Wilson

    “I Laugh at Me I Am Free” VIDEO COURSE BY ROBERT WILSON
    This course explores the link between inner struggles and external life events. It emphasizes the idea that the negative aspects we encounter in the world around us often reflect similar issues within ourselves. Recognizing this connection serves as a catalyst for personal development. The narrative skillfully connects the dots, highlighting the importance of expressing oneself, relying on intuition, and embracing a sense of adventure to bring one’s dreams and desired outcomes to life.

    Wilson’s teachings go beyond just laughter therapy, delving into mindfulness and addressing the downsides of excessive overthinking. We were urged to break free from the constraints of past thinking patterns, creating a blank slate to envision and shape their dreams and ideal scenarios. The course advocates for a clear and uncluttered mind, devoid of the negative impacts of overthinking. It offers practical insights on navigating life with an open heart and soul.

    Robert speaks of the idea that laughter is a powerful tool for self-liberation, allowing us to shed societal conditioning, trauma, and stress. His teachings are peppered with anecdotes, wit, and a touch of irreverence, making the learning experience both enjoyable and enlightening. I left the course with a renewed sense of optimism, a commitment to face life’s challenges with humor and intuition, and a toolbox of practical techniques for self-liberation.

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