Disconnect from the Ego System

“I believe the main task of the spirit is to free man from his ego.” – Albert Einstein This is so much easier to do when you’re not plugged into social media. If you think these platforms connect you with others, it may be time to think again. Disconnect from the ego system…

via Disconnect from the Ego System… — Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic

A powerful message for everyone on a spiritual path. Are you feeding your ego or sharing the goodness?

Categories: middle ground | 25 Comments

About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life 💛

25 thoughts on “Disconnect from the Ego System

  1. The payoffs for feeding our Ego is small . . . since Ego has an insatiable appetite and always wants MORE! More attention. More acclaim. More applause. More accolades.

    In constrast, supporting Spirit is easy and the payoffs are great. All we need is a quiet mind that is not plugged into the Ego machine. 😀

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  2. You are so right Val and I feel, this for me is a mix because of my shops. If I don’t show up anything, I will not sell either.
    I don’t write much private at fx Facebook, but I read, what others are writing and sometimes I feel intimidated because they share very private things at their walls. Maybe I’m just more private…

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  3. I think too often people try eradicating the ego. Which cannot be done. It’s there for survival on Planet Earth. But Westerners take things so seriously. Meditate means emptying the mind. It cannot be done (or can be, but not for long), so they give up entirely when mindfulness would serve them well. But yes, well spoken – it’s important to disconnect from the need to have the ego constantly stroked. That’s another thing altogether. Cheers, Val! ❤

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    • Thank you for sharing Ann 💛
      It isn’t sad or bad, its only our thinking that makes it so. 😌 The ego will always want more attention in order to reinforce itself. Our role as evolving human beings is to notice it, and not feed it so much, so it looses its power over us. xo

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