When every thought absorbs your attention completely, when you are so identified with the voice in your head and the emotions that accompany it that you lose yourself in every thought and every emotion, then you are totally identified with form and therefore in the grip of ego. Ego is a conglomeration of recurring thought forms and conditioned mental-emotional patterns that are invested with a sense of I, a sense of self.
The conscious and permanent subject of all psychical experiences, whether held to be directly known or the product of reflective thought; opposed to non-ego
This is another term for the conditional mind It describes the collection of beliefs that make up the idea of a separate me In truth, however, the ego does not exist To struggle with the ego is to struggle with an illusion So the attempt to overcome the ego only serves to perpetuate the illusory experience of separation Ishvara often refers to the ego as the I-consciousness Back to Top
the belief in the reality of the separated or false self, made as substitute for the Self Which God created; the thought of separation that gives rise to sin, guilt, fear, and a thought system based on specialness to protect itself; the part of the mind that believes it is separate from the Mind of Christ; this split mind has two parts: wrong- and right-mindedness; almost always used to denote " wrong-mindedness," but can include the part of the split mind that can learn to choose right-mindedness (Note -- not to be equated with the " ego" of psychoanalysis, but can be roughly equated with the entire psyche, of which the psychoanalytic " ego" is a part )
part of the mental apparatus that is present at the interface of the perceptual and internal demand systems It controls voluntary thoughts and actions, and, at an unconscious level, defense mechanisms
A distorted reflection of Pure Being that says, "I am me" and differentiates between "This is me and this is not me " It is an important tool and a "looking glass" for the soul However, the "lenses" usually need a good cleaning so that the soul can properly recognize and register what it "sees" through them and send the appropriate impulse back to the ego via intuition
The exterior consciousness that deals with emotions The ego is also referred as the monster within
Someone's ego is their sense of their own worth. For example, if someone has a large ego, they think they are very important and valuable. He had a massive ego, never would he admit he was wrong. see also alter ego, super-ego. (Latin; "I") In psychoanalytic theory, the portion of the psyche experienced as the "self" or "I." It is the part that remembers, evaluates, plans, and in other ways is responsive to and acts in the surrounding physical and social world. According to Sigmund Freud, it coexists with the id (the unconscious, instinctual portion of the psyche) and the superego (the portion representing the conscience, or the internalization of societal norms). The ego is not coextensive with either the personality or the body; rather, it serves to integrate these and other aspects of the person, such as memory, imagination, and behaviour. It mediates between the id and the superego by building up various defense mechanisms
the conscious part of the personality that is derived from the id through contacts with reality and that mediates the demands of the id, superego, and external reality
Latin for I In kinship charts, the point from which one views an egocentric genealogy
Exhaust Gas Oxygen; the concentration of oxygen in the exhaust of an engine An EGO sensor (also O2 sensor, or oxygen sensor) is used in closed-loop fuel control systems to indicate rich or lean A/F
The experience that one has a separate, individual existence distinct from God (Brahman); spiritual ignorance
a personality structure that is largely conscious and realistic in responding to the events in the world while trying to satisfy the irrational and unconscious urgings of the id and the prohibitions of the superego
Reflection of and attachment to the soul, responsible for pleasure and pain, recognized by its use of force; gross body carrying physicality; "false self"; that which is physical and provides instinct Compare Mind
the conscious self; the "I"; the central, experience-filtering complex of consciousness (in contrast to the Self, the central complex of the collective unconscious)--and the most stable complex because it's grounded in the body sensations A relatively permanent personification The most individual part of the person The ego divides into the ectopsyche and the endopsyche It's an object in consciousness as well as a requirement for it Its two main constituents are bodily sensations and memory
(Tıp, İlaç) Egosyntonic is a medical term referring to behaviors, values, feelings, which are in harmony with or acceptable to the needs and goals of the ego, or consistent with one's ideal self-image. It is studied in detail in abnormal psychology. It is the opposite of egodystonic
disapproval If you say that someone is on an ego trip, you are criticizing them for doing something for their own satisfaction and enjoyment, often to show that they think they are more important than other people. An act, experience, or course of behavior that gratifies the ego. if someone is on an ego trip, they think that what they do makes them more important than other people - used to show disapproval
In the thought of Immanuel Kant and Edmund Husserl, the self of each person, understood as the locus of personality and capable of being known as an object by means of reflective awareness, in contrast with the transcendental ego which is always an experiencing subject
The empirical ego is an object in the world, and, insofar as it is experienced and known, it must be subject to worldly causality.
The conscious self which is the unifying subject of a person's experiences and which cannot itself be experienced as an object, understood by Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) as knowable only by inference, and understood by Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) as pure consciousness
The absolute goal of all phenomenological inquiry is pure consciousness as it manifests itself in the transcendental ego, the source of all intentional acts.
(lat ) the other self Under this legal doctrine, the law will disregard the personal liability an individual has as a result of the existence a corporate entity and will regard an act as the act of the individual rather than solely the act of the corporation
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