Imagine your EGO is like a dog. Imagine walking on the street with your big dog with no discipline. It barks on everyone, it bites other people, it runs to catch a cat. This dog is out of control, doing what ever it want’s without listening to you. You are just running and following it where ever it takes you. In this case you have big issues with your EGO. But imagine if your big dog is calm and smart. It knows all the tricks, it follows you without any noise, it doesn’t run away from you, not disturbing people on the street and if you need it, it’s there for you. It protects you from people you don’t want to deal with, it helps you to solve the issues that you run into. It’s your protection, your tool in any situation. You can train your mind to stay calm and quiet, without processing all kind of EGO-centric issues. Your mind should be still, ready to serve you. Once you have a situation, you give a task to your mind and it gives you quick solution.
Does your mind deal with pseudo issues and wasting energy in repeating the same fears and regrets? Do you have thoughts in your mind that starts with: Me; My; to Me; for Me; without Me; Why Me; etc. Or if you ask your self questions like: “What do I get for it?” or “How could he/she do this to Me?” then you still have issues with your EGO. Start train your mind to be still, to be in peace. Try some of my tips from previous blog post. I will have more useful practices in my upcoming book.