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The ego tends to be brought forward, when we look with a hard, single-pointed focus. However if we look with a softer focus, taking in more of the peripheral view, the ego tends not to arise and we stay centred. This gives us an indication of our biological-spiritual-psychological context, that the ego tends to see only one thing at a time, whereas our true nature, or observer soul takes an overview.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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