Improve Integrity. 2 Tips.

Improve Integrity
Improve Integrity. Because integrity in your aura can ring out like a bell.

Improve Integrity, why? Because integrity can help you succeed in career and relationships.

If that has gone a little flabby in you, today’s post can start you firming it up. Five tips offered, in case they can help. Granted you’re a self-actualizing person already. But maybe there’s just a bit of room in your personal growth. Room for a teensy bit more integrity.

Did you know? When you live with integrity, it shows. Although not physically.

Integrity totally shows in your aura. Specifically, your auric modeling. It can ring out integrity. Or sound more like a cracked old tin drum.

If you could stand to improve integrity a bit, of course you can. Consequently you may well attract a better life than otherwise.

Improve Integrity. Tip #1. An Easy Kind of Clarity.

What’s the easiest way to make sure that your auric modeling does show integrity? Take advantage truth built into life here at Earth School. This Learning Planet is set up to help you evolve.

I mean, very specifically set up. With reality that you ignore at your peril.

Life on earth contains Objective Reality and Subjective Reality.

Acting with Integrity. Remember to Know the Diff.

Notice what happens with objective reality: Speech, action, things, statistics.

Subjective reality includes your belief system, your feelings and thoughts and energies, plus how you interpret everyone else’s feelings, thoughts, and energies.

Integrity requires a balance between objective reality and subjective reality.

For instance, here’s a teaching tale about Joe. An ardent Law of Attraction enthusiast. He he lost track of objective reality. And integrity. Besides that, you know: Most forms of employment require fulfilling responsibilities in objective reality. To succeed, we must:

Accomplish things.

  • Say things.
  • Do things.
  • Keep our objective-reality wits about us.
  • Then go make good things happen.

Will this happen automatically by wearing a tee-shirt that reads…. “Only Good Vibes”? 😉 Oh, I don’t think so.

Improve Integrity Or There Could Be Problems

Joe’s motives were good. Only he got so caught up in his subjective ideas about The Secret, what happened. Joe began to substitute that “work” for doing his job in objective reality. Until he got fired.

Success and prosperity have always required doing (objective reality). Not merely attracting (subjective reality).

Joe was probably a sweet guy, like most idealists we know. Never did he mean to fall out of integrity. Only he got a bit over-enthusiastic.

Which cost him a really good job.

Objective reality can provide clues to integrity. When we pay attention to promises kept, or check off the day’s completed goals, objective reality reminds us that we have done what we promised.

Integrity that produces results all the way through to objective reality? That’s a good thing. Accept no substitute, Blog-Buddies, not as long as you live here at Earth School.

Improve Integrity. Tip #2. Understand What’s Complex

Choosing to speak and act with integrity — of course that is complex. No wonder Earth is such a fabulous school for spiritual evolution. (Learn more about this by reading “The New Strong.” Or taking my online workshops about this, including The New Strong Free Intro.)

Balancing subjective reality and objective reality, recovering from karma-wallops, caring about other people yet knowing when enough is enough? Definitely confusing and complex.

With Stage Three Energetic Literacy, it helps to research three different aura reading databanks. Not just one.

Not if you really want to grow as a person with self-knowledge. And not if you want to consciously protect yourself. Against whom? Other folks who might seem fine superficially. Yet they lack one or two components of basic human integrity.

Use your current aura reading skills to investigate each of the following chakra databanks.

Otherwise, take a moment to reflect. Given the speech and actions you have noticed in objective reality:

Does the person you’re curious about use speech and action with integrity?

Life gives us clues constantly. (When we’re willing to pay attention.)

Let’s pause here in our survey.

Blog-Buddies, what have you noticed about integrity in others?

Might some of the biggest idealist you know… actually score pretty badly? Might they stand to improve their integrity?

9 thoughts on “Improve Integrity. 2 Tips.”

  • 1
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Inspiring example of integrity: Today I spoke with a different Joe from the one named in this article.

    Like his father, Mr. Gladys, Joe is a professional photographer. Joe’s dad became famous (and also, I gather, earned quite a bit more money than Joe has been doing so far).

    But that hasn’t stopped Joe from doing his work. Finding ways to make a living, honestly, in photography.

  • 2
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Joe’s living in integrity. Accepting HIS life. Doing HIS work.
    Paying attention to objective reality, not only his personal struggles.

    Does he have to pay a price for pursuing his dream? Including photography in the Internet Age! When often he is asked to “share” his professional work for free. Or for the “fee” of a photo credit. Because many people living today don’t understand the value of creative property, and that it’s worth paying for.

  • 3
    Rose Rosetree says:

    From what I know of Joe, he just continues to do his work, giving it his best, and saying a firm but polite “No” to those who otherwise would casually rip off his magnificent images.

    Joe demonstrates, to me, being his own best kind of professional photographer. Without bitterness. But with joy… and frame-worthy integrity.

  • 4
    Rose Rosetree says:

    So there’s the kind of example I’m inviting you to celebrate at this thread. Not just a Jason Collins, who made national headlines for a kind of integrity with loads of drama attached.

    In much less public ways, you might know somebody at your day job. Or a neighbor.

  • 5
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Maybe a “spiritual” person. Maybe somebody with a religious commitment to living well. Or perhaps someone who doesn’t try at all, particularly, in terms of a big-deal belief system. Yet a person who lives in integrity nonetheless.

    Stories, please! Let’s share inspiration from the many, many people all around us. They’re not just privately paying the price for all sorts of things we know nothing about. In reality, these are standup people. Whose lives glow with a very human beauty.

  • 6
    Julie says:

    At least integrity is something that is very responsive to free will, and the use of free will.

    It doesn’t fall under the category of surprise incidentals of life.

    It can be bettered! By the firm and consistent choice. In the direction of what is good.

  • 7
    Julie says:

    About the gap between idealism and reality, it brings to mind a quote by author Kristin Hannah of the book The Nightingale:

    “…in love we find out who we want to be; in war we find out who we are.”

    Or as Rose has said before:

    “Mind the gap”.

  • 8
    Chloe says:

    Hi Julie-I love that quote.

  • 9
    Julie says:

    Thanks, Chloe.

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