The Deeper Layers of Addiction/Me & My Ego

Ursula delivers another two-part episode. This time, Ursula uncovers the multilayered nature of addiction and provides her take on why some are more susceptible to addiction than others.

In the second part, Me & My Ego, Ursula examines the fraught relationship we all have with our egos, and shares her quirky story of discovering her own ego during  subconscious work.


10 comments to The Deeper Layers of Addiction/Me & My Ego

  1. heymarcia at 12:20 pm

    Oy vey! ?
    Nausea, tight tummy, tears. Bingo! Ego has been seen. Arduous work, but so worth it. Thank you for having my back as I teeter on the “straight and narrow.” ?

    • Ursula Lentine at 11:13 am

      Yes indeed! thank you for commenting Marcia, I appreciate that it’s plenty of work, AND the pay off is like striking gold!
      peace and gratitude,

  2. blowuptulip at 1:13 pm

    Hi Ursula,
    This episode was very insightful on many levels for me. Thank you for delivering it all so clearly.
    Love and Light

    • Ursula Lentine at 5:51 pm

      Thank you so much, I appreciate you taking a moment to give feedback. I recommend watching it a few times and stopping when you are struck, then journaling about it. The clarity will keep coming.

      If you want to dive in to your subconscious layers, let me know.

      peace and gratitude,


  3. at 12:33 pm

    You have an incredible way of understanding and being able to convey that so it makes sense and can be understood. Absolutely love you.
    Warm wishes and thank you!

    • Ursula Lentine at 6:14 pm

      Thank you Rosemarie,
      I appreciate that you enjoyed it and found it helpful. Making sense of confusing behavior gives us awareness and power. From there, we can make better decisions in our lives.
      Thank you kindly for responding to the show. I have more videos on my youtube channel. If you ever want to do some personal work, I am here for you.
      peace and gratitude,

    • Ursula Lentine at 6:16 pm

      Thank you Michelle,
      I am very glad you enjoyed it.
      It affects so many people in our lives, it’s better when we can understand one another and ourselves.

      peace and gratitude,

  4. miceboseb at 8:48 am

    I think anyone can put words together to create their analysis of any situation. I find everything she is stating to be that. There is no factual basis of her comments. Statistical information is how you can determine the common thread of addiction, not hear say.

  5. Samerina at 8:41 pm

    This is amazing!! Recently I figured out I had neglect and EVERYTHING she said describes me in that section </3

    Just hearing you talk about it makes me feel less crazy now.

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