What is ego

How to reduce Ego according to Bhaktiyoga (Path of Devotion)

1. Being aware that the body is not ours, but belongs to God         Considering yourself to be the body is the greatest mistake. The second mistake is to love the body considering it to be your own. Still greater mistake is to nurture the qualities of the body, that is, desires and instincts. Once … Continue reading How to reduce Ego according to Bhaktiyoga (Path of Devotion)

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Signs of Spiritual growth after reduction in Ego

1. Decrease in the pace of breathing         The pace of breathing decreases as ego gets transformed from tamasik ego to rajasik, and eventually to sattvik ego. When the breathing is approximately four to five times per minute, only awareness of pure ego remains.         Question : According to today’s science, at an average we … Continue reading Signs of Spiritual growth after reduction in Ego

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Methods of Ego reduction according to Karmayoga (Path of Action) and Dnyanyoga (Path of Knowledge)

1. Methods of Ego reduction according to Karmayoga (Path of Action)         Man has immense ego about his name, position, achievements, etc. When we begin to perform actions as per the wishes of others or to obey what we are told, then our ego reduction gradually begins. The way seekers (who stay in the AshramContinue reading Methods of Ego reduction according to Karmayoga (Path of Action) and Dnyanyoga (Path of Knowledge)

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