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Thursday, August 8, 2013

The ego clings onto its actions and needs to be acknowledged by others about its contribution

After we performed some actions in a form of contribution, we want other people to know that it was 'I' who had performed these contributions, and 'I' feel good when other people show liking, agreement, appreciation, compliment and thankfulness towards 'my' contribution, and 'I' don't feel good when other people don't show liking, agreement, appreciation, compliment and thankfulness towards 'my' contribution, as 'I' want 'my' talent, 'my' actions, 'my' success, or 'my' contributions to be acknowledged by other people, then know that this is one of the plays of the ego.

The ego wants to be credited for what it has done especially something that is done for other people.

Recognize what is the ego, or be aware of the ego, and let go of this ego.

This is our every moment most practical yoga and meditation practice in everyday life, if we truly want to realize real peace and happiness, which will appear when we are free from the ego.

Om shanti.

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