You are free to ignore any and all conditions that are not conducive to your definition of freedom. But that does not make you free of those conditions. You have simply exercised your freedom to choose to adjust to the conditions of your cage.
What do you wish to be free from?
If you have not gone through the mind to get beyond the mind, there is no choice from dualism. But "where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." So then, the freedom I seek is the liberty of the freedom Melchizedek had, who could go in an out of materialism and find pasture, or Enoch, who walked with God. For when any individual step out of them self, they step out of time, space, distance and three dimension matter. They also have stepped out of the law of inevitability and karma. They step out of choice and step into the reality of their true identity when the words "son all that I have is thine." Freedom then is reaching my highest consciousness and living in the reality that it is "not robbery to be equal with God."