A delusion created by Christianity and intuition that makes people believe they have the right to not only choose in specific situations, but also in how their basic life will play out. It is a total lie though, as people do not actually have this ability.
Michael claimed to have free will, but for some reason he always dreamed of being a ladies man but could never make any decisions that would lead him in that direction.
the idea that you could have acted in a different way
the idea that alternative actions are possible for you
the idea that you did not have to do what you did
the idea that you have a choice
about what you do
the idea that you are responsible
for your actions
When confronted by a woman's cleavage
, he could not help but look. At that moment he knew free will was a myth
Free Will is a free and independent choice by a voluntary decision and the power of making free choices that are unconstrained.
1. The idea that people consciously make decisions with their i. One of many problems with this double-noun sequence is that it contradicts itself. Something "willed" is completely controlled. Something "free" is completely uncontrolled.
2. "Free" is a verb in this def. It is the separation of ego from presence/consciousness/that which is being. In other words, it is halting the human sense of control. This event ends all acknowledgement of secular reality, even thoughts, revealing the ultimate euphoric existence, atman, heaven, soul, anatta, etc. It can be done. It can be undone.
1a. "I choose to think I am great, and I choose to hate anything not in agreement with my greatness, but when it does not fear my hate, I get scared, and I dunno why."
1b. Rejected by most religion and proven false by science, now how often do these two parties agree on something?????
2. Give it a try...its only salvation. Free will, yes free that will. No past, no future, only present. Yes present, not absent.
A manifestation of choices that an individual exercises or declines based solely on one's own perception of consciousness. It is individuality in motion with limitless destinations.
Employer:"...and here is your cubicle, and..."
Free Willed Employee:"No thanks. I quit."