Tag: ego

Here There Be Dragons Conclusion

In these past weeks we have tried to slay the dragons of our ego, to deny our very selves so that we can be better people and closer to God.  We slayed the dragons of thinking that you were superior or inferior.  We’ve slain…

Here There Be Dragons Part 5

The last dragon of ego to slay that we will discuss is the illusion of you.  It is easy to let go of the ego when you realize that you are not separate from the rest of Creation.  You are not separate from God. …

Here There Be Dragons Part 4

Now that the next dragon of ego to slay is grief.  Grief about loved ones you’ve lost.  Grief about wasted pieces of your life.  Grief over the loss of career.  Grief over any loss you have to let go.  How?  Choose Love, Divine Love….

Here There Be Dragons Part 3

The next dragon of ego to slay?  Stop Complaining and be Grateful.  We’ve already spent a lot of time on Gratitude.  Those of you new to this blog might want to do the series “Praying by Moonlight – 28 days of Gratitude.”  And since…

Here There Be Dragons Part 2

How to let go of your ego – Stop being offended. People are so easily offended now!  What the entire world says or does, is not about you.  You are not the sun and the world does not evolve around you.  So quit acting…

Here There Be Dragons Part 1

How to let go of your ego, to deny yourself?  Stop being superior. You are not what you own.  You are not what you have achieved. You are not what others think about you.  It is amazing that people identify with  – I’m a…

Here There be Dragons Introduction

So we all have chaotic, hectic lives that no matter how much money we make or how many possessions we have, we as a species are discontented.  The hole inside of us that people fill with drugs, lovers, careers, and possessions always seems to…

Selfishness is NOT Spirituality

Be prepared for a rant.  I met this guy, actually introduced to this guy at a party.  The person who introduced us said, “You are both so spiritual you should talk.”  Well we exchanged pleasantries and then he asked me what spiritual tradition do…