Entries tagged with “Ego”
Here are three ways to banish the rituals of self-flagellation.
The altered ego is not to be shunned or rejected. It is to be understood, loved and brought into a higher frequency alignment with the soul.
This book explores the journey to better understand what we truly are as human beings.
So you think you know what you want: But are you sure? When I was much younger and pondering having children as a life’s path, my girlfriend who had children said, “You should only…
Recently, I was working with a couple and was explaining how the ego works, or rather doesn’t work, as it relates to relationships. The ego mind is great at seeing problems, but ho…
Let’s skip the judgment and step into love. Sometimes when I speak to people of the importance of compassion, I see a look in their eyes that I interpret as, Why? All day long we …
The spiritual meaning of inflammation is all about the ego, whether it’s righteous, victimized, entitled, or needy.
…And recognize the real struggle with your partner is to hear
Money and relationships don't always work in harmony, especially when the ego is involved. Learn to navigate them with a little humility, gratitude, respect, and responsibility.
James Hollis and Stephen Kiesling discuss Jung, accountability, and the stories we tell ourselves.
Would you ask your poorest friend for financial advice? While they may be well intentioned, they likely don’t have the skills to make good suggestions when it comes to money. Inste…
Relationship on the rocks? If your relationship is a ship, the ego acts as a lookout. But it’s the spirit that captains it.
How often are you startled by afresh spiritual awareness — a simple and unexpected new metaphor for your life journey? Discover 'nested meditation’ and experience how wordplay can open your soul.
How do you cultivate the quietness of your being?
As any detective knows, when something is missing that should be present, a void where there should be a plenum, it is an important clue. Like the archetypal philosophical detective Socrates, I set out to discover what had happened to justice. Had it disappeared from modern minds, hearts, and conversation? Or merely from the consciousness of New Age pilgrims?
In the world of personal and spiritual growth there are some terms that have been thrown around so often that they almost have become meaningless, or nebulous at best. “Be here now…