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How to let parts of your ego die


How to let parts of your ego die

13 December 2023

An ego death is a natural cycle of shedding old identities. But sometimes aspects of ourselves seem more stubborn and harder to let go of, even when we want to. Maybe you have one of those patterns or reactions that you’ve “done all the work” on, and it’s still there. One of those parts of yourself that seem particularly sticky to let go of.

Then it might be time to look at hidden attachments to the pattern, and how by trying so hard to change it you’re actually keeping it in place.

In this episode, we de-mystify the concept of ego death and look at how you can meet your shadow and loosen the grip of attachment, so you can finally let go of outdated iterations of yourself.

Listen to episode 126, on How to let parts of your ego die:

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