5 truths of life –
1.The closest bond – “Ego”
I want this...This is mine
My side is better
I first have to think about myself...
The closest and strongest bond that most of us have to our subconscious... is the bond we have with our “ego”... the need of self-satisfaction.
2.Social Satisfaction – “you and me”
Self-satisfaction is never complete without social satisfaction. As we grow, we realise that we directly – indirectly depend on a lot of individuals for many emotional, financial and physical needs.. Parents, siblings, friends and even enemies are extremely important to our personal growth.The more we fail to recognise that these important people also have their own identities and have their right to make choices in life... the more we become controlling and self-centred.
3.Belonging – Search for identity
Not everyone is born with the power of “mind-control” and “ego-control”... Since early in life to the moment of death, 99.9% individuals are very uncomfortable standing alone. They immediately seek an identity. Seek for similar people to identify with. This gives them a sense of “Security”...Family, Nationality, Language, Religion, Caste, Creed, are the specific traits once looks to develop immediate affinity.
Once the macro-identity is defined, mind-games for ego-satisfaction are started.
4.Sexual Attraction –Puberty is a genetic trigger that changes the entire brain-body way of functioning. It’s the release of sex hormones and various brain chemicals that sexual feelings start originating in the mind.
Higher your ego, the higher your need for satisfaction of these feelings... The more you suppress your need for sexual gratification, the more irritated, manipulative and negative you become.
5.Self Realization -When a person fails to find happiness in the material world, he/she looks towards god or a supreme being for answers.
Unfortunately the slightest hint of ego breaks the ladder to self-realization.
Ironically the path to self-realization was created to help ward off ego-battles but the reverse has happened.
“Prayers” are one of the most ego-satisfying exercises developed by human kind.
A true prayer is one where no trace of ego is present. Unfortunately most people just pray with a mind full of ego.
“I” pray to “my” god,
“I” pray for “my” well being
“My” way of praying is the best
Why didn’t God listen to “MY” prayers?
“I” prayed for so long, but my prayers where never answered!!!
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