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The Word “ego” is Tormenting for Spiritual Growth

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In my Mind and teachings, The Word “Ego” is a tormenting word for spiritual growth. I have met and seen Hundreds of wonderful Healing practitioners, clairvoyants, masters, teachers and many more whom have thrown in spirituality because they did not want to have a reflection on the term “EGO” in their daily activities..! I think this is a huge shame.!!! For all you so called non-spiritual “Spiritual People” out there whom should not be doing any esoteric work…! I ask of you to take a good look at yourself and selves. Using the word “ego” to try and destroy wonderful people is just the same and telling someone they have cancer or another disease.


Through my experience (only) I have come across many people who are completely jealous in the work that I personally do and envy me in many areas, so through my experiences, I have developed four small steps below that may help you.

Realise that there is always someone better than you at something.

This does not mean that you are less of a person; it simply recognises and accepts that there is always someone better than you at something. And there are a lot of people in the world!

    • Don’t boast. It’s arrogant, demeaning, and doesn’t respect the fact that there are other people equally as clever, if not more so, than you.

    • Remember that everyone’s abilities are varied and all are equally valid and important.

Treat everyone equally.

Show the same respect to everyone you know, regardless of whether they are your mortal enemy or the love of your life.

  • Don’t see yourself as superior to others or better than others. Doing so is alienating and will cause you to be disliked.

  • If you dislike people for their choices in life, be understanding at least. You may hate things that people do or say and you are not expected to live with them or agree with them but remember that they are still people with feelings, dreams, and hopes as much as you.

Do something for someone else.

Volunteering or service to others will soon deflate your ego., in my case alone, I help and assist many people everyday without placing my hand out for any form of financial gain.

If you feel you are being overly egotistical, examine the motives for your actions.

Are you doing something just to be better than somebody else? Are you doing something just so you can get lots of praise for it? If the answer is yes, you know you are not doing things for the right reasons.

Final

Please be very careful of the words you use towards other people, including calling someone egotistical. Rather than being hurtful and targeting someone, send them more love through positive thoughts and prayer, then both you and the person concerned is blessed with the outcome.

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