EGO (Aham)– Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


Prernamurti Bharti Shriji explains here the form of Ego, and its types which are noteworthy and practical  in human life.

From a spiritual perspective, ego means considering oneself to be distinct from others and God due to identification with the physical body and impressions in various centres of the subtle body. In short ego is leading our life as per the thinking that our existence is limited to our 5 senses, mind, and intellect and identifying with them to various degrees.

The Ego can be defined most accurately as your sense of self. The notion of “I” or “Me”. The idea that there is a “you” that is distinct and separate from everything else. The majority of people in the world live with a sense of self, with an ego, however that doesn’t validate it in any sense. Hinduism and Buddhism both fervently assert that there is no separately existing…

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