From Fixation To Freedom: The Birth Of The Separate Self And The Loss Of Innocence

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From Fixation To Freedom: The Birth Of The Separate Self And The Loss Of Innocence
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From Fixation to Freedom: The birth of the Separate Self and the Loss of Innocence

This Sunday at the Guest House we will continue our exploration of The Human Journey: From Cradle to Grave with the last Sunday of the first phase, The Innocents in The Nest (From Birth to 4). This early phase of life ends as we develop a sense of being a separate self, our “ego” self. We will be using Eli Jaxon-Bear's book, From Fixation to Freedom: The Enneagram of Liberation to explore different issues, or early childhood messages, around which this separate “I” sense begins to develop and how we can engage that original fixation as a pathway back into our original and unified sense of Self. Join us at the Guest House as we continue to explore what it means to be human.

"The personal entity, which identifies its existence with life in the physical body and calls itself “I,” is the ego. The physical body, which is inherently inert, has no ego sense. The Self, which is pure consciousness, has no ego sense. Between these two, there mysteriously arises the ego sense, which is the “I” thought. This ego, or separate personal identity, is at the root of all suffering in life. Therefore, it is to be destroyed by any means possible. This is Liberation or Enlightenment or Self-realization. – Ramana Maharshi
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