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Themistocles Lykiardopoulos

A journey of Truth into the mind’s sanctuary
with the destination of inner Freedom.
a book, a message, a way to live

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«An inner novel with no start nor end
based on the true story of my life.»

The “State of Freedom” constitutes a complete method for total self-healing from the complex emotional burden we have accumulated during our life, based upon my personal inner experiences.

“I keep one thing from your book: The courage
of total ‘denudation’ to Public View.
Congratulations for this… Nowadays,
a venture, an experiment like the one you make
can PERHAPS prove to be a new solution.
Your book triggers existential
questions; it opens a pathway.”
Dimitris Konstantaras,
journalist & writer

With this book my “ glowing “ friend THEMOS LYKIARDOPOULOS manages the impossible for a person who has already lived many years as an adult;
to “ roll back ” and view life with the wisdom, the purity, the disarming truthfulness, the earnestness and the SUFFERING of a NEWBORN.
Themos ” cleans himself ” and is offered to us as a NEWBORN, and this is a real boon for whomever takes this book into his hands.
Themos Lykiardopoulos and this particular work of his constitute the “ tour train “ that is going to guide us around all these thoughts, which already exist – either in an abstract or in a concrete form – within ourselves, and will open the “ pathway “ for us to self-catharsis and detachment from all trivialities.
The selection of this “ pathway “ is definitely up to us.
John Savvidakis
songwriter, composer

My book “The State of Freedom”
is nothing but the confession of my slavery.
Whichever degree of freedom I have attained
has been started from this very confession
and will be based there forever.
The author


Themistocles Lykiardopoulos
A simple method for effortless joy,
optimism, fearlessness and abundance.

a book, a message, a way to live

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« There is nothing like a dream to create the future. »
Victor Hugo

Out of fear of being viewed as a utopian visionary or an arrogant jerk, should I not dare to even think into what I would like my life to be transformed, as well as the world in which I live? This seemed to me a disability, a spiritual disability, an amputation of my spirit, a crime that had been being committed habitually for many years, by myself against myself, at the altar of my compliance to social models; at the altar of my fear to be different and finger-pointed.

Hence, I decided to go beyond this emotional blackmail to which I had bowed so far and to view as a very substantial activity and creative work the contemplation upon the changes I want to see happen in my life and in the world where I live. I ascertained that the time I am going to dedicate to this activity will be a very good investment and not a useless wandering of my mind to utopias, like I used to judge such “otherworldly”, as I used to call them, spiritual pursuits.

… If I do not abandon the fruitless unspecified muttering and the sterile generalities and do not proceed to the focused visualization and the analytical recording of all details of the world I am dreaming of, then how can I be internally ready to exploit some specific opportunities that could possibly lead to the materialization of specific details of my dreams?

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