We could stand to honor other people’s free will. After all, it’s not as if we can arm-twist them into waking up – but don’t act like your own free will is something to be clung to and cherished.
What happens when you wake up, not only to the state of the world, but wake up to who you truly are? Well, some of what happens is you re-make your Divine connection, you live On Purpose, living your life purpose and do your best to fulfill your soul assignment. You have then, in essence, told God, “Thy will be mine” and you WILL be used for Divine purposes. Your consciousness veil is sufficiently thinned that even human-level you really wouldn’t want to do anything but God’s will at that point anyway. But that also means that you basically lost your free will. Oh sure you can make the little choices, like what you eat that day and yet even those choices are made intuitively and with good sense (I won’t say common sense since good sense is still not all so common) that supports your Divine work and your ability to do it and not feel so drained by it.
It reminds me of a question posed by Barbara Marciniak’s Pleiadian contacts – How much of your time and energy could you stand to put toward your light work? Their answer – ALL of it.
What? Like you’re gonna tell God “I’m not working for you today” (or this week, month, year)? Oh uh huh.
Free will is the result of donning a consciousness veil. It just means that in our veiled state, we can and do choose anything and / or everything to experience, even if it’s disempowered, dysfunctional, unhealthy, ab-usive or what have you. Because of the veil, we forget who we truly are and then make choices that are “outside” ourselves, that allow us to experience what we are not, to step outside ourselves in order to look back upon ourselves.
But when the illusion is revealed to you, do you really want to keep doing things that you were only doing because you were under a dense consciousness veil? Really?
Defending your right of free will after you’ve awakened is like defending your right to be a disempowered, dysfunctional mess at a point when you know better.
This sort of thing is like a monkey trap. If you keep clinging to part of the old realm, the old paradigm, to free will / veiled consciousness, hoping to take it with you, then you’re not going anywhere. You’re still stuck in the trap.