The freedom as a personal feeling is the withdrawal from any definite action.
We cannot enjoy our freedom otherwise than by living in a confuse manner which is able to clean any trace of a definite action.
Once we execute a definite action, we narrow our space of freedom looking for occupying a certain place among the actions of other people.
The mystic trances, narcotic delirium, deviant sexuality, or the more prestigious perseverance in following obscure ideals are all forms of confusions and so forms of freedom, even if they are commonly considered examples of dependency.
They cease to express someone’s freedom only if the people lost themselves by doing them, because the freedom must belong to someone. Nobody is free if he feels that belongs to what he supposes that means freedom.