Breakin of the Chain: Dismounting the Ego

Breakin of the Chain: Dismounting the Ego

Hey guys sorry it’s been a while since my last post I’ve been dealing with issues that I’m now ready to talk about…..

“The ego is not master in its own house.”

“The poor ego has a still harder time of it; it has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three…The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id.”

“Where id is, there shall ego be.”

Sigmund Freud


Yep, the EGO itself is a tough one to break through. It’s the mind outward identity….look this is who I want the world to acknowledge me as, identity. This could be consisted of multiple things but mine ultimately lies within my image. To be more specific, my physical image.

Above there is a picture of my name necklace. It spells out in gold, A. Choisella, A for Amber and then my middle name, which is my favorite name because of it’s uniqueness… anyhow…. I’m been struggling with finding an image that world will recognize and accept me by, yet beauty is the only trait I’ve known. I’ve always been known and referred to as “the pretty girl” and yeah it sounds nice and all but after 27 years of hearing it all the time, I’ve always wondered the genuinity of the word. I don’t want to be known by my physicalities but rather my true and inner beauty, you know by what the stars are made from….

I always listen to Spirit and I have learned when its Spirit and when its Ego speaking to me. The breaking of my necklace was a clear indicator that I am being advised to move away from the Ego. The first time the chain broke was January 24th, this yearj two days before my birthday. I went and got it fixed, feeling like it was a necessity to have, yet now since it’s happened again, maybe it’s time to not get it fix  and put it away for a while as I continue working on my Ego. Spirit speaks and I listen. Listening to your higher self or from Spirit will never lead you wrong.

10 thoughts on “Breakin of the Chain: Dismounting the Ego”

    1. Well thank you! Since I’m in mental health counseling for grad school, the majority of what I read about is psychological. I like to put my twist on its concepts, in a way to relate to it if that makes sense?

  1. I have to admit the first time I read this post I got a little confused because of the little I know about Freud’s psychological theories, and the terms always confuse me. So if I understood this right, you are trying to break free from the Ego, and not worry so much as to how others perceive you?
    Also I was curious … You say you listen to Spirit, but how do you do that? Do you meditate?

    1. Yep that’s exactly what I’m saying! The ego is very hard to break from because essentially it’s the image of what we have of ourselves, of course the World heavily influences us as well. I miss my necklace, it’s comforting but it’s also a THING, you know? I just got done meditating and it’s 7:08am here. I meditate in the morning before work. It’s all about breathing and clearing your mind really. I protect myself energetically during this time because of how empathic I am, it’s for my highest good.

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