When you stand in your own morals, truth, and integrity, you will have the strength of a pillar. This is in opposition to taking on everyone else’s morals, truth, and integrity.
I did that in order to keep peace in my marriage… became my husband’s beliefs and actions. Meanwhile, my soul died a little at a time until I, as a person, was no longer visible.
Good morning. I am back and I regret not posting a note saying I’d be gone at a workshop for a few days, and would return the following (this) week. The thing is, I took my computer, fully planning on blogging every morning. But I found myself too exhausted to do so.
Please pardon my silent voice for these past several days… Thank you to those of you who continued to visit in my absence…
I am back and talking today about how you can reach your dream and find peace by following your own heart, your own morals, truth, and integrity.
It is so important that you be you in life. You have a special light to offer the world in whatever is “your way,” and the way to that end is achieved by bringing who you are into the light.
This includes looking at your morals, the things you tell yourself about right and wrong and then your actions in carrying them out in your life.
Looking at your truth(s) takes some investigation and discovery. It is whatever resonates with your heart when you hear a statement made about your core belief(s). I don’t know how else to describe the experience other than that bells and whistles go off in your head, and your heart swells with emotion. Whatever it is that leads to that feeling is your truth.
Your integrity is the quality or state of being of sound moral principle. It is how you show up to others, maintaining your truth when you are around others or even just yourself.
When you stand in your morals, truth, and integrity, you are taking a stand for yourself. The forces of the Universe line up when this occurs and it sends you assistance with your endeavors. It sends you strength to move past your fear.
Try to let go of pleasing others. Look at where that desire comes from, what the old message is, and attempt to conquer that thought, feeling, and belief by offering yourself compassion for the wounded person that you were and still are.
It is frightening to step out and be yourself at first, and the good news is that it gets easier as you do it more. The rewards you will reap are tremendous, including an improved self-esteem, confidence, and love. When you can stand in your own morals, truth, and integrity, you are furthered on your journey to peace.