“False-Self.” We use that term a lot at NRCC. It has to do with making the negative effects of framing the ego as the self. Self, it turns out, is too expansive a reality to be contained in the thoughts we think, the feelings we have, the personalities we were born with. Building our lives on this foundation, doesn’t bear up over a lifetime.
And yet, as we’re talking about the journey into the life Jesus lived, we realize an important stop on the journey, is to position our ego-self strongly. That, it turns out, helps afford us the mettle to launch out into the wild frontier of the oneness-self, the true-self, the Divine-image self.
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