By Julia von Flotow
People with an ungrounded ego lack awareness of what they are feeling or experiencing in their bodies.
They’ve separated and isolated themselves from the feelings, thoughts and experiences of others. Intoxicated by their own self-importance, they fail to show concern or appreciation for others and the natural world. An out of control ego is powered by greed.
A healthy, Self-identified ego on the other hand, is grounded. It balances personal wants and needs with the needs of the natural, social and economic realities of the world it operates in, recognising that we, as individuals, are part of an interdependent, dynamic whole – a living system.
Being honest with ourselves and noticing the impact our thoughts and actions have on ourselves and others helps us cultivate a healthy, grounded, ego.
Julia shows you how to harness the ego as a force for good in the April edition.
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