Our ego plays an extremely important role in our life—survival. Its single purpose is to ensure our daily and mortal survival. Unlike what has often been written or said, it can exert a positive, as well as negative impact upon our lives, including the connection between our humanity and Divinity. Understanding its true purpose and potential for good can allow us to fully live and experience the best of what we and life have to offer—humanly and spiritually.
Added by Nickolas Martin on February 13, 2018 at 10:18am — No Comments
Our ego energy tremendously and consistently impacts our daily lives. Whether we are interacting with people or loved ones, working to achieve with our abilities, dealing with stress, and many other areas of life, it is at work. Unfortunately, our understanding has often been limited to viewing it as the amount of influence we are willing to exert in our lives. This energy is more diverse and we must grow in our understanding of it to appreciate its true…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on December 29, 2017 at 11:38am — No Comments
We have so much to be thankful for is often a sentiment that is not fully recognized by ourselves. The main focus is often on “gifts” we have received such as family, health, employment, nature, or talents. But what about the gift of service we provide to others and ultimately ourselves? Providing an opportunity to help others receive what they need, grow in ways we may need to grow, and being the Love, Life and Energy—God Is, within our…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on October 30, 2017 at 8:18am — No Comments
Shakespeare poses a provocative question—“to be or not to be?”—within the opening to Hamlet’s soliloquy. A choice between the darker challenges of life or the unknown freedoms of death. But is that the question we must really ask ourselves? Or is the real question “to BE or not to BE?” A question asking if we are choosing, often unknowingly, a life-full (to BE) or a life-less (not to BE) existence, in the way we go about living our lives—here and now.…Continue
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Is Lower Ego Flexibility Damaging Your Relationships?
Lower ego flexibility within one’s ego energy often has a destructive impact upon relationships—particularly closer ones involving family members such as spouses, partners and children. These are the people who live 24/7 with them and get no break from them. A person with lower ego flexibility thinks in a rigid, inflexible manner. They believe they “own” the truth and often perceive their task as getting others to know their truth…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on August 5, 2017 at 11:08am — No Comments
Is Lower Ego Power Damaging Your Relationships?
This article focuses on lower ego power energy and its impact on relationships. Lower ego power weakens one’s ability to participate fully and meaningfully in significant relationships occurring in our lives—spouse/partner, parents, children, siblings, friends and ourselves. It often promotes relationships in which we are passive, submissive, and overly dependent upon others. The needs of others become far more important than our own.…Continue
Added by Nickolas Martin on July 1, 2017 at 8:15am — No Comments
Is Higher Ego Power Damaging Your Relationships?
Lots of research has shown that a very important influence on wellness and the quality of our lives involves the relationships we experience. Relationships with our parents, children, spouse/partner, friends, co-workers, as well as with ourselves are a barometer as to how well things are going in our life –or not. The more our ego energy is imbalanced, the greater the chance that what we manifest within relationships is unhelpful and…Continue
The Most Important Relationship
As we walk along the path of our lives we experience many relationships. These include relationships with our parents, siblings, spouse/partner, children, friends, co-workers, teachers, and “God”. Each provides an opportunity to grow and experience meaning as well as pain and suffering. But which is the most important? From the perspective of Ego, Spirit & You the answer isn’t on that list. It’s the relationship you have with yourself. Many of you…Continue
The following is an excerpt from our book The Two Voices Within: Balancing the Energies of Ego and Spirit to Enhance Your Life. This piece puts into words what ego would tell us if it had a literal voice. It is these words that can give us a better understanding of the profound energy lying at the core of our humanity, while impacting our daily life, our ability to fully connect to our divinity, and our opportunity to live the great life we are meant to live!
Added by Nickolas Martin on March 28, 2017 at 2:35pm — No Comments
• Ego profoundly impacts your health and happiness for better or worse.
• Ego works to ensure your daily and mortal survival in ways that can lead to suffering.
• Ego has no awareness of itself but you can become aware of what it’s doing to your life.
• Ego has no awareness of God but can negatively impact movement on your spiritual path.
• Ego can be healed by you with ego medicine that can bring this energy into balance.
Over 35 yrs. of working with people in…Continue
God is not a “Who!”
What a strange title for an article. Strange for many because it acknowledges the obvious—God is not human. Strange because the thought is embedded in many of the religious teachings we have encountered over the years—God exists within the spiritual realm. Strange because we never refer to God in human terms—as having thoughts, experiencing feelings, having preferences, or taking action. Wait, Wait, Wait! There’s a problem with the last one and it’s also linked to…Continue
We have all had the opportunity to witness and be inspired by stories of people encountering significant personal challenges in their lives and came to overcome them. Some were born with a disability impacting their ability to see, hear, attend, read or learn. Some encountered life events which tore them apart physically or emotionally due to neglect, abuse or a life-threatening event. Some have succumbed to the influence of drugs or alcohol to create distance from their pain and misery.…Continue