The ego is the master of all conflicts. This is an inflated feeling of pride and superiority over others. It creates a dissection between the ideas of moral and immoral, war and peace, and so on.
Egoists are quick to blame others or raise their voices when anything bad happens. It constantly strives to make people believe that they are not responsible for their actions. They are close-minded, stubborn, and selfish, and try to make people believe they are not responsible for their actions. There may be nothing wrong with feeling important in a regulated manner but problems arise when it affects decision-making or makes the egoist feel superior to others in order to justify his or her behavior. There are three types of egos - parent, adult, and child ego states.
These ego states consist of individual personalities. Each ego state is an entire system of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours from which we interact with one another. Remarkably, three dangers and three types of anxiety are also correlated with these three masters of the ego - moral anxiety (arising from conscience), neurotic anxiety (arising from instincts), and realistic anxiety (arising from the reality principle).
Gaining control of the ego could be one of the best things that one can do to save relationships. It creates misunderstanding and kills kindness and happiness. It is one of the biggest enemies of harmonisation. It's better to feed our soul, not the 'ego'.
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