What do I mean by Ego? I am talking about the part of us that lives in the mind mostly coming up with as many excuses and reasons not to do something. It is also the part of us that help us define our boundaries and limits. Our spirit or soulful self is the opposite. It has an intrinsic all knowing characteristic that is always present. It trusts in the abundance and the flow of life. It is who we truly are.
It is common that we struggle with the fight between these two which causes great conflict and stress in our lives.
Let me give you an example. There was a client that I worked with several years ago who was always needing to be right, always felt superior to some people and ironically inferior to others and he certainly always wanted to control everything around him. Even though he appeared to be in control, he was terribly unhappy. He came to me with severe anxiety, stress, insomnia and the feeling of totally coming undone.
We began applying certain aspects of The Prasad Method™, dissolving the issues and the ideas of separation he had with everyone and everything in his life. It was alot of work on his part but mostly alot of surrendering to old ideas and habits and shifting into a new way of being, feeling and thinking about himself, others and all the situations he had created in his life with little to no awareness.
This was not easy by any means for this client of mine, however what came out of that was a totally transformed person who was feeling revitalized and reconnected with life as a whole.
Do you feel happy in your life? Do you feel like you are living the life you were meant to be? Change and transformation is available for all of us; it’s just a matter of choice and commitment to your own greatness from within.
If you are interested in learning more about the Prasad Method™ and how I can help you transform into who you truly are click here to set up a time to talk.