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You are a living electromagnetic field so as every feeling and every thought that you have.

Has your ego been bruised lately? If it has, you are certainly not alone. According to Sigmund Freud, the ego is that part of your personality that prevents you from acting on your most basic urges and it also helps you achieve a balance between your moral and idealistic standards.
While that might sound confusing, we all know how easily our egos can get hurt. You could think of your ego as a separate part of your personality. Sometimes you ego can help you, but other times it can hurt you.
Your ego loves to mess with you. The ego thrives on having power and control. The ego might also love playing the victim, making you feel worse. The ego can be self-centered and greedy, and it can drive you to the point of craziness.
The ego can cause you to become delusional, especially when you are trying to overcome a challenge. One of the best things you can do when going through a challenge is to say goodbye to your precious ego.
When you say goodbye to your ego, even if only temporarily, it can be very freeing. When you let go of your ego, you open up your energy to bigger and better things. Letting go of your ego allows you to transcend things like emotional attachments, other people’s perceptions, and their judgments of you.
When you detach from your ego, the ego loses it power over you and this is one of the best reasons to let it go. Letting go of your ego also allows you to get in touch with your higher self, or that part of you that connects you to spirit.
When you connect with your higher self either through meditation or other spiritual pursuits, you may receive valuable insights about your life and you may even gain a better understanding of your life choices and your life plan and how it all fits in within the Divine Plan.

Why Its Time to Say Goodbye to the Ego When Overcoming a Challenge
This understanding will give you peace and a sense of purpose. The truth comes from connecting with your higher self, which is actually located within you as you follow your inner guidance.
Each of is connected with and part of a greater whole, a bigger picture, a sort of Universal Consciousness. We are all part of a greater reality above and beyond our own. Just as a single droplet of water becomes one with the ocean, your individual consciousness becomes one with something much bigger than you can see. Letting go of the ego allows you to view your life from a much broader focus.
This divine field of energy connects us all, and it allows us to transcend and be a part of something much greater than self, which is actually located within you as you follow your inner guidance.

Each of is connected with and part of a greater whole, a bigger picture, a sort of Universal Consciousness. We are all part of a greater reality above and beyond our own. Just as a single droplet of water becomes one with the ocean, your individual consciousness becomes one with something much bigger than you can see. Letting go of the ego allows you to view your life from a much broader focus.

This divine field of energy connects us all, and it allows us to transcend and be a part of something much greater than ourselves. When overcoming challenges, it’s easy to get your feelings hurt. Sometimes you have to put aside your ego, for the sake of healing.

Everyone faces challenges and difficulties in life and no one gets out unscathed. Going through a difficult process can give you strength and tenacity and it can give you a lot more appreciation for your life.

Every challenge gives you a new opportunity to transform and to change. Every time you overcome a challenge, you become a more loving and compassionate person. It may not feel like it at the time, but facing challenges can be empowering.

When you can learn to free yourself from your ego, you release yourself from the armor that surrounds you. Doing so allows you to free yourself from vanity and pride as well. If you are facing a challenge, one of best things you can do for yourself is to release your attachment to your ego.

Your ego can produce feelings of insecurity and inferiority – which is not healthy. Releasing yourself from this protective shell, allows you to embrace your true self as you release yourself from others opinions and judgments.

When you can learn to fully embrace yourself, for all your flaws and eccentricities, you will begin to realize how beautiful the light of your soul really is.

Letting go of your ego allows you to release limiting beliefs that you used to hold true. When you have overcome a challenge, there may be a big learning curve as you walk a new path. When you release your ego, you allow a new you to come forth, a healthier you.

 

While your ego does have positive qualities, sometimes you have to say goodbye to it, so you can find out your true strengths.

Hilary Neiman

Hilary Neiman

 

Hilary Neiman is the author of, Things Fall Apart.  She works as a personal crisis  strategist at:  www.HilaryNeimanNetwork.com .          

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New year resolutions

Ivelina  —  January 1, 2015

Have you ever made a new year resolution and stuck with it? 

Since it’s the 1st of January,I thought this is a very interesting subject to talk about.

New year resolutions are very popular in this first few weeks of the new year.

A lot people feel, that since the calendar has turned another year there is something new, that has to be done.In another words just because it’s not the same year any more there is this kind of almost forced “new year,new you” kind of non sense. 

Here is what I think of it. You can start anything new any time you like. The best way to succeed with any new resolution, habit or anything of that kind is to make a decision that focuses on the outcome. The rest is just a wind in the right direction and an open doors to get it done. 

new year resolution

We get a minimum of one opportunity a day to help someone, to be more present with our loved ones, to feel valued, to achieve small victories that may seem insignificant, but they make the big picture shine bright. I am not a great fan of hype,may be I used to be, I don’t know. 

I know, that everything, that you want to achieve or aspire to starts with you. Starts with you making a decision. Your actions speak louder that any words and your intentions are pure fuel to get things done. 

Most people think , that making a decision is hard. Yes, that is true, in my opinion too.I am also one of these people that like to analyse things.

On  the other hand, do you know what is harder than making a decision? Procrastinating and watching opportunities pass by because of in decision. You are much better off taking action and learning, rather than waiting and thinking that you have to have it in a perfect order to get gong. There always going be books unread, conversations unfinished, dishes unwashed, meals uncooked and places to go to, and things to……..  

There is a great saying, that I like, which states that if you can not find the answer to your question you might have to change the question. So stop worrying about the how you are going to get it done, focus on your why and keep going. keep doing, keep loving and keep creating! Take a deep breath and just be.

So when it comes to a new year resolutions the best way to go about is: Keep it simple. Add a raw salad to every meal, that you have, pay attention to your loved ones, be true to yourself, take small action towards your dreams daily.

Being present and honest with yourself is a sure way to be more productive. This will lead the way to pure results, because no matter what you are doing you will do it with gusto. 

So, remember, that you have to live with your decisions. You are free to make a decision, but you are the one who has to live with the consequences. 

To be successful means to be free in your terms and to be yourself in your terms. So go and create them. Step by step.Daily. Remember

Be well,be wild and enjoy the ride!

P.S I am writing a post a day for 365 days. This is day 12.

 

It’s getting very close to bed time and this is when I am challenged to think up a blog post, that I am really passionate about, so I won’t fall asleep, while writing it. :-) 

One of my biggest challenges is what people think of me. This is not about   my close friends and family (the relationships there have different challenges). I worry in case I give a wrong impression about what I mean, if I offend someone or being too honest I cause them discomfort or trigger tension. 

The bottom line is that sometimes I think too much about myself. I read not so long ago that on average people think 50 000 thoughts a day, so even if they have spent a moment thinking about me it’s only a drop in the ocean. 

what others think of you

I am getting better at being more self expressive and writing daily is helping me to get over myself and stop that judgemental voice in my head of what if such and such person reads what I have written. So what? If I am watching a movie or reading an article I don’t like, I simply switch it off and go to look at something else.

I sometimes feel a fear of being not liked. So what? Why does that matter so much? I keep asking myself.

What is it with you , can you just stop worrying about what others think?  I like to please people because I like the attention of appreciation and gratitude. That includes pleasing myself. It’s an addictive emotion. Doing things for others, that they like and get the credit for it is pure magic. It motivates you to do more. It’s the daily practice of giving of yourself in some form and being driven by it. 

I find it almost impossible to stop worrying what others think of me.May be is a phase,may be I am too afraid to be criticized, but I know for a fact, that praise and criticism go hand in hand.

Every time I have done something I have found myself receiving both. The trick is to not take any of it personally.

Whether people like you or not it is nothing to do with you. I know how easy it is to feel frustrated because certain action you took didn’t please or suit someone,  but it worked perfectly well for you.You are the only person, that will have to live with it. Be yourself and don’t take things personally. 

As I am writing these words to you, I am hoping, that I am helping myself to be more brave and take more action towards my goals. Motivation comes from taking action and getting paid for it. I love writing things and feel the fire in my belly. Before dinner I started an article about how to get omega 3 oils if you don’t eat fishes or other sea animals, but it is still in my draft section. 

Simply put the only way to stop worrying what people think about you is to STOP it. 

Be well, be wild and enjoy the ride! 

Thank you for being here and reading my posts. I love  and appreciate you.