The author and creator of the Life Coaches Toolbox, Healer, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, Chemory Gunko, also known as Amara Christi.
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Remember ego is all about separation and identity.
Ego is the tool that enables us to break a larger soul into smaller, individuated pieces that have a complete identity. So it’s the mechanism of creation.
Ego responses and emotions (what humans call ego), is anything that makes you feel inferior or superior to the person or situation in front of you.Read more The 7Ps of Ego - Understanding Ego and Easily Solving Issues with Mirrors
Suicide & Depression: Podcast Interview SAfm with Rowena Baird and Chemory Gunko
According to a 1988 Gallup Poll, 94% of respondents said it was important to forgive, while 85% said they couldn’t do it with outside help.
Even regular prayer was not found be effective in achieving forgiveness.
So what is it that people get wrong about forgiveness that makes it seem like it is so far outside our reach?Read more Forgiveness – your biggest mistake
When you think about sexy and being sexual, the mind is very quick to jump to the relevant body parts.
So what happens when you lose a crucial sexual organ and you can’t relate to the part of yourself that defines you as a sexual being?Read more What makes you sexy? And win a sexy tattoo!
Ego is one of those vague concepts that we all understand, but can’t quite pin down and verbalize. So what really happens inside you when your ego gets in the way of a heartfelt response and effective communication, and how can you mitigate it in future?Read more What happens when your ego gets in the way?
So this piece is a question that I’ve been asking for a while and a few people have been asking with me - why do I develop so fast in contrast to others?
My work involves me digging around in people’s spiritual stuff, and as I’ve been thinking the last while, I’ve been noting what the key differences are in other people. Those “I would have done that instead” kind of moments.Read more What differentiates my journey?