Wednesday, August 17, 2016

How Do I Change My Egoic Mind?

What Is The Ego?

The ego is the part of the mind which drives a person's sense of self-esteem or self-importance. 


One could say, "I feel good about myself, and the people around me appreciate me for the things that I do with them ... or even the things that I do for them. They appreciate the things I do in general." I am proud to be me, and I love my accomplishments. I know who I am, and I love being free..."

Another person's utilization of the ego may have them saying, "I feel terrible about myself. Nobody likes me. Everybody hates me. I have no value. I have no worth."

It is based on one's conditioning that will determine how the ego operates. The ego responds on the basis of environment, one's upbringing, and their surrounding culture....

The ego is driven by the words "My and I"... 

The types of things one identifies with will vary based on age, gender, income, social class, fashion, the surrounding culture...and so on...

Suddenly...we as people have layers on top of layers of "me and I" which can ultimately cause confusion, in a world filled with reality.

Our views and perspectives become solely based on what we know and what we think we know. The ego creates attachments to things and obsessions with things. And the things that become important to us...we tend to then think that they should be important to everyone else. Take for example:

George Soro's #BlackLivesMatter movement agenda, where his mission was accomplished in forking over $650,00 in an effort to influence leaders of #BlackLivesMatter to influence candidate platforms during the 2016 primary season. This came alongside the recent acknowledgement by political strategists that African-American voters may be much more pivotal to the 2016 general election than previously forecasted. -- 'Ol George isn't sure at this time if he will further compensate this group as his personal EGOIC mission was accomplished.

See how the ego operates?

People's lives are consumed by an obsessive preoccupation with things, which tends to lead to emotionalism based on their confined state of mind... where everything surrounds them...and they are the focal point of everything...taking into one else.

That is why it is sooo very important to become more aware of the ego and how it operates, so that it can be utilized in it's intentional manner, as opposed to overtaking us....Sit back...reflect...practice meditation...breathe...then become one...with the authentic you.

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