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Soul vs. Ego what's good for you


The Soul is the spirit or your true self, whereas the ego is the image of yourself that you present to the outside world.



The ego is a delusion, an inflated idea of who we are that is not reality. It brings about disarray, which makes us unhappy.


Your ego versus soul

Your true nature or essence—what makes you important and beautiful—is your Soul.


An egoist is dogmatic, attention-seeking, unyielding in behavior, overly self-important, and unable to accept responsibility for mistakes and offer an apology.

Instead of being bogged down in negativity, your spirit directs you to stay on a path that encourages others and motivates you to work toward being good and productive.


You can give others positive things like hope, kindness, and compassion daily by increasing your love, forgiveness, grace, and learning.


Take Care of Your Soul


Your heart, mind, and intention are all parts of your Soul.


You may take good care of your Soul by establishing a spotless environment for love, forgiveness, grace, and learning to develop.

Do not let negativity take control of your life to enjoy every minute; ensure that you love others better, Choose mercy before hatred, even to those you believe don't deserve it, extend grace, and decide to advance your knowledge every day.


Knowing yourself to be conscious is what it is to be the Soul. In moments of presence, the native qualities of consciousness itself—wisdom, compassion, integrity, joy, living creativity, and peace—are felt at the subject pole of attention.


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Do not let negativity take control of your life to enjoy every minute; ensure that you love others better, Choose mercy before hatred, even to those you believe don't deserve it, extend grace, and decide to advance your knowledge every day.


Knowing yourself to be conscious is what it is to be the Soul. In moments of presence, the native qualities of consciousness itself—wisdom, compassion, integrity, joy, living creativity, and peace—are felt at the subject pole of attention.

You can discover where your Soul is when the Soul controls your life:



  • You have an intuition or inner voice that guides you when you feel gut about something.


  • You begin to accept and love yourself completely for who you are.


  • Higher vibrational feelings like love, gratitude, compassion, inspiration, zeal, serenity, well-being, and joy are frequently experienced by you.


  • Despite your strong aspirations, your happiness and sense of worth are not based on these things.



  • You are more tolerant of others and can accept others, including yourself, for their flaws.


  • Your decisions, desires, and ideas arise naturally from within you; society or other people's expectations impact you less.


  • When you enjoy yoga, jogging, walking, painting, writing, or cooking, you adore forgetting yourself at the moment.


  • When you see a sunrise, a starry night sky, an aged tree, or a statement that speaks to you, you frequently feel an unfathomable connection with the entire universe.

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  • Everything seems more effortless and magical; it's as if the universe is working with you to co-create your life and dreams as the appropriate people, settings, and events happen around you at precisely the right time.


  • You feel more liberated to live a simple life and be who you are.

You know that your life's work is to live according to your dharma, or unique life path, and to share your talents with the world as far as possible.

Even if you don't always feel or notice it, your Soul is eternal and constantly present.


You may improve your relationship with your Soul through solitude, meditation, prayer, time in nature, journaling, tuning into your feelings and intuition, and spending more time doing the things you enjoy.


Learn to pay attention to your Soul when it communicates with you; put your faith in it and follow the guidance it offers.

Your Soul is a source of unconditional love, compassion, courage, strength, wisdom, happiness, and joy.


Your mindset can be improved by concentrating on love, forgiveness, grace, and learning.

What is the ego?


The Latin term for "I," ego, can offer you a good notion of what it signifies.


Self-esteem, which comprises our conscious thoughts, beliefs, labels, and sense of identity, is who we believe ourselves to be.


Self-worth constantly searches for fulfillment elsewhere, from the next to the next, and responds to each moment from a place of deficiency because it feels unsatisfied and insufficient.


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When emotional needs are not addressed, self-importance enters the picture, making life a perpetual struggle against loneliness, anxiety, emptiness, and rejection. Domination and a superiority complex serve to make up for this deficiency.


You can discover your ego when your self-esteem is running your life; you may notice that:


• You frequently find yourself in a cycle of repetitive thought.


• Your emotions frequently consume you, especially those with a lower vibration like guilt, blame, fear, and rage.


• You feel like your worth depends on external factors, such as whether you have a romantic partner, a large house, an impressive job, an acceptable body shape, or a large circle of friends.

• Your inner dialogue is heavily focused on anxieties, fears, doubts, and self-criticism; you catch yourself thinking: I'm not good enough: I'm not fascinating, I can't do this, I am hopeless.


• You are easily angry or enraged when things don't go your way, such as when there is a long line at the grocery store or the shopkeeper doesn't live up to your anticipations of them.


You have to put up with your self-esteem, but you don't have to agree with everything it says. It's not the real you, so try not to take it too seriously.

You can learn to examine your ego and see your unfavorable ideas and tumultuous emotions pass by without getting sucked into them. You can also respond differently by forgetting your unfavorable ideas and thinking instead about love, gratitude, and possibilities.


A well-balanced ego can be the gift of the Soul.

Why choose the Soul over the ego?


We must learn to choose our Soul over our ego, love over fear, an open heart over a closed one, and our great mind over our small mind.

The quality of your life ultimately determines which one you live from each moment.


No relationship dies naturally; it is destroyed by ego, attitude, and ignorance. Romantic heartbreak has to do with ego and pride more than it does with actual loss. As the ego is released, love, peace, and happiness flow in all directions.


It becomes easier to live in the present moment and fully enjoy life. Accessing our inner courage, calm, and gratitude, breathing these qualities throughout our beings and aligning our words, thoughts, and actions can quickly improve situations.


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"More the Knowledge, lesser the ego. Lesser the knowledge, more the ego". Albert Einstein



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