There are Two Voices within each of us. The voice of our Ego and the voice of Spirit. The one we listen to profoundly impacts our life for better or worse. This impact is reflected in the way we work with people, our relationships with those closest to us, our relationship with ourself, our ability to achieve using our potential; our ability to grow our mind, deal with change, manage conflict, and deal with stress; and our ability to know and live genuine happiness. An unconscious, imbalanced ego often shouts loudly through issues of power, flexibility, or vulnerability which drowns out the softer, steadier voice of our Spirit. The major challenge we face as humans is in recognizing how our own distinctive unconscious egoic voice is drowning out the voice of Spirit.
Traditionally, messages have been offered by spiritual mentors suggesting that the voice of the ego must be extinguished in order to hear the voice of our Spirit. We offer a different approach. A strategy which says we can soften the voice of our ego by bringing its power, flexibility, and vulnerability into balance with the use of mental medicine. Mental medicine which involves the development of ego awareness and use of reality-based thinking. This strategy transforms our ego from being our enemy to being our friend. This creates a partnership within you which allows you to hear the voice of Spirit. This partnership opens the door to Egospiritualism – a consciousness in which our healthy ego self has the ability to merge and unite with our Divine Self.
“Ego and Spirituality: The Consciousness of Egospiritualism” describes the process of transformation and the path we must walk to bring about ego consciousness, balance within our ego, and transcendence into deeper spiritual consciousness. A process which leads us to know who we truly are, who God Is, and the Four Great Gifts we have been given.