Rémi Meyer’s childhood was fraught with mental and emotional abuse before escaping from his parents at the age of 17 and beginning his process of recovery and transformation. 20 years later it led to the writing of his opus, The Power of Ego to share what he has learned with millions of people and to bridge information to understand the psyche, which leads to fulfillment, forgiveness, freedom, happiness, and self-love.
Numerous cognitive neuroscience studies have found that 95% of our cognitive activities (emotions, decisions, behavior, and actions) are beyond our conscious mind. Therefore, experiences of life dramas (pain and suffering) are always acted upon unconsciously and directed by the ego. They are triggered by our repressed emotions, traumas, memories, life instincts, feelings, and desires; most likely formed in our childhood. However, they remain hidden in the unconscious mind, which then constitute a reservoir of explosive charges that the ego uses to sprout and manifest themselves in our daily lives.
I wish I could tell that you will be able to live a life without challenges, but I cannot promise that as being alive is to encounter life challenges. But what I can promise is being increasingly self-aware can greatly enrich our life experiences.Therefore, to accomplish the grand task of self-awareness and revealing your own psyche (personality, character, ego, unconscious, etc.) requires dedication. It is similar to exercising at the gym, the more you do it, the stronger and bigger your muscles develop.
The Power of Ego details, like never before, the different components of the most complex cosmic wonder: the psyche and its ego.The Power of Ego explores the diverse facets of the psyche and their impact on our lives, through the lenses of psychology, psychoanalysis, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, biology, and metaphysics. This book details a piercing perspective about the essence of this reality and the purpose of your ego in a way that will inhabit your soul long after you have put down this book.
And as Carl Jung said, “The world will ask you who you are, and if you do not know, the world will tell you.”