Healing and Transformation

Healing and Transformation


Defeating the Ego

posted by David G Arenson ND

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The ego is a reflection of confusion and fear. With greater awareness comes the opportunity to dissolve this illusion of limitation. Much can be much greater, much broader. Everything around you that you call life, is made up of possibility. You can change things, build, improve things. This is not illusion – this is fact…



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