EGO Ego is the lack of, or abundance of something in early childhood development: If money was lacking, but love was abundant, money would be important. If love were lacking, love would be important. Core beliefs and judgments about our self and others are determined early. Whatever we believed was most missing, before the age of four, creates our greatest values. It is all about perceptions. Perceptions begin in the womb, and become hyper-active when they become toddlers. Just imagine how many fears that little bitty tiny child has. They are so little and everyone else is so big. It is only natural. Some children, with love and guidance, overcome these childhood perceptions, while some have the attitude, ”It’s my way or the highway.” Newton’s third law of physics: For every action, there is an equal, yet opposite reaction. Therefore those that have ego gone wild, have fears and insecurities to match. I know, for I have lived most of my life hiding my insecurities about, well, just about everything, mostly about my looks. I can dress up, put on make-up, pull my hair back, and still look presentable. But you know what? I don’t care. What I have to teach us much more important than what I look like. I will show you how to eliminate ego. Ask yourself what deep dark childhood secrets are you hiding, that created the ego you show the world. Go back to a time in earliest childhood where this insecurity or fear was developed. The fear of not being good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, (all the insecurities of childhood) will be the driving force behind your ego. Find the events that created your fear and see if that fear is a realistic one today. One of the best ways to help find the fear is to find the anger. Anger is nothing more than unresolved fear. This is your ego trigger. Figure out how the fear has served you and most importantly if it still serves you. If not, you can easily eliminate it just by recognizing its useful existence when you needed it, but realize it has outlived its need.