Ego changes ideology

Ego changes ideology, changes our perceptions. The salient point is that the ego changes our ideologies, therefore it changes us and how we live our lives. How we see the world through our egos will never be the same as if we’re going it alone. Without the ego, our lives will be more successful, balanced, and fair.

The more we use our ego, the more it will continue to alienate us from our lives, the more it will make us confrontational. The ego gives us false hope, a false sense of security. If used continually it will make us narcissistic, where we think we’re the best, where we think we can solve every problem, where we’re always right.

Those who don’t use their egos have become the outsiders in the world. Ideologies are a set of doctrines or beliefs that form the basis of an economic, political, or other system and is something we need to correct, because without correct will interfere in our lives and our relationships.

Ideologies shape who we become, our core beliefs and that’s okay as long as we don’t have the ego. It appeals to those who in challenging times don’t feel confident in themselves, in their understanding of their lives.

Ideologies without the ego means we will struggle less in the longer-term, without the ego our lives will work out, we will be more successful, with the ego we will have no control over outcomes, or who we eventually become. The ego will control us.

With the ego, the universe also knows we will eventually fail, even though through our egos we continue to believe we will be successful. The universe isn’t wrong.

12 Feb, 2020

2 thoughts on “Ego changes ideology

  1. Ego wasn’t something that I ever troubled myself with with, since as I didn’t have much of one. Putting others first, created a lifetime of problems as I wasn’t doing what I wanted to do, so I was miserable.

    Through my mother’s ego, she preached like she was a saint, when in fact she was one of the worst sinners, but was still supposed to take care of us and didn’t want to.

    Thanks to AA, ‘EGO’ stands for ‘Easing God Out’ which is something that I have to try to avoid doing, seeing as it always makes my life so much more difficult.

    1. Thanks Randy. Yes, ego changes people, which makes life difficult for those of us on the receiving end.

      Being a people pleaser changes us. What you had was never ideal, but you understand it all now and that’s good.

      Like me, you can’t change your past, but it is your turn to change and turn your own life around and make good where your mum/parents failed.

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