It is your ego’s ambition that overshadows your deep innate desire to develop an intimate intuitive contact with your Soul. The art of Wu Wei is the art of acting from intuition in a state of self-forgetfulness where the ego has the role of observer. Wu Wei thus is acting without ambition-driven intention.
The ego has a well-defined framework, a composite of conscious and subconscious intentions, motives, and goals. The ego has ambition and generally predominates. It overshadows those personality parts that search for the ultimate intimate intuitive contact with the Soul. These more receptive parts are open to the intuitions of the Soul.
The ego thinks and acts from a choice between the extreme opposites ‘good and evil’. What is good or evil is determined personally and depends on the prevailing social, cultural, and above all religious values within society. The Soul has no interests in religion, the ego, on the other hand, does have them. The frequencies of the ego are within the “bandwidth” of the frequencies of society.
The frequency of the Soul is outside the frequency bandwidth of the world.
As you descend deeper into yourself, you travel from the individual to the semi-collective level of consciousness. In the semi-collective layer, there are aspects that you share with several people. You resonate with each other, you are on the same frequency and still within the esoteric and religious ranges of society and the world.
For the ego-consciousness comes a moment of deep self-knowledge in which the mechanisms of the ego are perceived in a clear light. This is the moment when the Soul Desire can penetrate into the ego consciousness. The conscious ego can now choose to be receptive to the intuitions of the Soul and self as an observer to remain in the background.