Taking The Ego Lightly
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Subtitle: Protecting Our Projections
This 2013 seminar discusses the dismantling of the ego's serious thought system of sin, guilt, and fear. This is held in place by our projecting a serious world — personally and collectively — its purpose being to rivet our attention on the body. In this way we are distracted from the decision-making mind that is the source of the problem and the answer. But the ego is easily undone when we pay attention to the gentle little man (symbol for Jesus) just in back of us, always reminding us to laugh at his joke: "It is a joke to think that time can come to circumvent eternity." His loving presence encourages us to meet the ego's seriousness — in all its forms — with a gentle giggle, tender tickle, and sweet smile.
By Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.