In essence free will is our “I’ll do what I please” compass. The dial will point in one direction of our internal compass, but free will comes along (not only for ourselves but others whom will be involved) to close the compass and change direction on a whim. There is no sense to be made from free will, only that we are AWARE we are utilizing free will choices.

Society plays a very big role in free will also, as it creates temptation for self—people, places, things are all a party to choice. Should I, could I, I will are all free will processes, and then society lends it’s two cents and the outcome is typically a free will choice. If you have been in a situation where you have already made up your mind on a direction you are moving and someone or something comes along to create pause, one than feels the pull towards a split decision . . . this is called free will. Even if the decision goes against everything one feels is right and the best course of action, free will choices based on pressure, manipulation, or coercion is no longer a decision made entirely by self but by persuasion and the right to choose free will and change your mind.

Another interesting look at free will is scientific and biological. Michio Kaku explains in short free will: https://youtu.be/Jint5kjoy6I

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Comment by Regina Chouza on February 17, 2016 at 3:57pm

Wonderful Renee, thank you! I look forward to reading your submissions

Comment by Renee Christine Martine on February 17, 2016 at 1:47pm

Hey there Regina! Thank you again for your comment. I can certainly add more content, this is never an issue for me. I will work on your suggestions and resubmit new articles. I appreciate your comments and hope to work with OM going forward.

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Renee

Comment by Regina Chouza on February 15, 2016 at 7:02pm

Hi Renee,  Hope you're well?

My name is Regina, I'm one of the editors here at OM Times. Thank you for submitting this article, unfortunately, it doesn't quite fit our submission criteria - primarily because of the length as it only has 235 words and we aim for 700-1200. I left a comment on your Sleep Paralysis submission with details on the submission criteria.

Please have a look and let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you!

Regina

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