Superego Interferes with Being Okay

September 26, 2011

Our superego has evolved from friend to foe

Our superego formed to help us be acceptable, now it hinders our sense of being okay. Our conditioning to look for acceptance from the outside keeps the superego empowered to run, ruin and rush our life.


John Harper September 30, 2011 at 9:00 am

This was an incredible workshop. I have done work on the superego / inner critic many times over the last 25 years. This was the best and most comprehensive workshop on the subject I have attended. Byron knows his material and brings a whole new way of working with it to his audience.

Phil Smith September 30, 2011 at 10:37 pm

There were so many “Aha” moments of insight, clarity and understanding during this workshop that it’s hard to recommend the Soul Without Shame events highly enough to others who feel they might benefit from attending. It was my first time attending one of his workshops and I found that the pace was just right and the exercises were stimulating and profound, which combined with Byron’s masterful talks, led me into a very deep and quiet understanding of the relationship of the soul to the superego, or inner critic.

sharon rose December 28, 2013 at 7:18 pm

Currently reading Soul without Shame. It is creating incredible, though painful, change within me as I realize how much of my life has been lived in a self-destructive manner due to the judge. I’m now practicing the principles in the book and slowly becoming more aware of who I am and what I am feeling in the present moment…and I am healing.

I hope Byron intends to do a workshop or two in 2014. I would love to attend. Thank you for this amazing book!

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