What does it mean to be “liberated” from labels?youperson3

Once we recognize and free ourselves from the hypnotizing effects of labels, we are able to:

  • sidestep the power of words and labels that shape and distort our perception of identities – both our own and others
  • stop acting out our roles, and discover the true self that lies beneath them
  • live life creatively and spontaneously, accessing the full range of possibilities that have lain dormant beneath our programmed personalities
  • accept others for who they are, beyond any labels

Justin’s thesis relates to making the leap beyond all polarities, where we step off the teeter-totter. We can free ourselves from being prisoners to an addictive public/private split. We can liberate ourselves from maintaining a masked identity based on inductions formed in families and reinforced by other group pecking orders. We have two births. The first is out of the womb. The second is out of the group. Justin “labels” this revelation – Label Liberation.

Once we experience ourselves beyond the “judging mind”, a paradigm shift is possible. Justin’s work is based on liberating oneself enough to discover an identity that does not require its opposite for reflection. It is an identity, free of jealousy and envy. In this way, we can recognize each other having the potential to be each others equal in essence. In an instant, we can achieve Label Liberation, knowing that, at our core, we each are process, energy, and change…

Achieving liberation from labels… with symbols

Paradoxically, we still need symbols to enable us to transcend all labels and all symbols. These useful symbols may be:

These symbols:

  • will create a shift in people’s understanding, leading to a new awareness of themselves
  • will give a sense of empowerment to everyone, whether a “have” or a “have-not”, whether educated or uneducated
  • will help people from all walks of life move through the anger that’s covering their hurt, so that all fear, anger and hurt dissolve
  • will transform everyone, including the terrorist, the abusive parent or spouse, the high-school victim who takes revenge with a gun, and the motorist with road rage
  • will help our emotional development keep pace with our remarkable technological advances
  • encourage each one of us to unlearn the programming that prevents us from becoming sovereign individuals – creative, spontaneous and free
  • invite us to move through and beyond all symbols achieving liberation from labels


Albert Einstein“A human being is a part of the whole called by us “Universe”, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole nature in its beauty.”

–Albert Einstein