Monday, April 20, 2015

entry 59: ego disrupting


all:

our ego (self importance), are disrupting the universal balance and global existence of this life time.

our outgrown egos (for children only) are causing harsh realities and emotional spiritual unrest with defensive, reactive, judgmental and envious behavior. this phenomena is mainly affecting a non impoverished population. I thought it was only reserved for the upwardly mobile sales directors, managers and entitled reps in high technology.

we have ignored nature's direction and our own sincerity in thought and action,  which has put the earth's children and animals in harms way.

we have lost our way to the divine path of responsibility for everything (good and/or bad) that occurs and betrayed ourselves the fulfillment of destiny.

Sincerely,

Kristen

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the no ego blog: happiness is losing self importance

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Entry 58: If I Dismiss My Ego...

Dear All:

If I dismiss my ego 1) I lose all negativity  2) I let go of a petty conflict, immediately (especially with Todd) 3) I accept an apology with forgiveness  4) I am of free shit talking (oh that again) 5) I am observing my actions (except for Brady) 6) I am truthful with my loved ones in a thoughtful way 7) I am listening without interrupting (oh god!) 8) I am owning my mistakes 9) I am not comparing my actions to others' actions and 10) I am not looking for what my loved ones have "not done" for me. So, if my heart is in charge, and I am losing all negativity while living in a state of loving forgiveness, that way I am "for real", right?

Tweet(s)

  1. My ego failed me today, but tomorrow will be better. (2/10/15)
  2. How did sincerity save me from myself today? (2/10/15)
Sincerely,

KK

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Entry 57: What Is The Point Of Anything If We Are Not Sincere?

Dear All:

I question the depths of sincerity and the ramifications we place on ourselves. What is the point of anything if we are not sincere? Because if I am sincere then, 1) I am truthful 2) I am sorry 3) I love you 4) I forgive you 5) I meant what I said 6) I apologize for the misunderstanding 7) thank you 8) my thoughts mirror my actions 9) I was wrong and 10) you were right!

Tweet
  1. How is your sincerity working for you today?
  2. Do you glare at others with your actions?
  3. "Often individuals whose opinions do not correspond with their words cannot help but reveal their true thoughts in actions."--OM (I have had multiple retweets on Twitter in 2012)
Sincerely,

Kristen

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Entry 56: The No Ego Blog

Dear All:

What is with the continual "ego tugging" of attaching ourselves to people and/or events that do not make us feel good? I am amazed how much time we spend (as adults) discussing others actions, in particular when it has nothing to do with us. If we focus on our own thoughts and actions, (especially the ones we are proud of) then, 1) there is no conflict whatsoever 2) we are in a state of calm and in control 3) we can nourish ourselves more 4) we are working our emotionally healthy relationships 5) we are working our emotionally healthy selves 6) we are letting go of our self importance (ego) 7) we are demonstrating a higher level of communication to the world 8) we gain a new understanding of our responsibility in close relationships and how they make us feel 9) we stop the negative noise and 10) if we are living one of the universal laws, then nothing can go that wrong, right? 

Tweet
  1. If I am focusing on my actions only, I am good to go!
  2. I am responsible for everything I am feeling today. 
Thank you for reading in your busy days.

Sincerely,

Kristen