Daily Archives: March 20, 2010

Living in integrity

“To attain inner peace you must actually give your life, not just your possessions. When you at last give your life – bringing into alignment your beliefs and the way you live then, and only then, can you begin to find inner peace. “
Peace Pilgrim

Integrity is alignment with who you are, with what you think and what you do.  When all of those are in perfect alignment you are living in integrity.   For so many people life isn’t that way.   Many people  live a life which grates at the soul that is fractured by the grinding of the beliefs they have and the life they live out.   When those are not in alignment there is friction which comes across to others in variety of ways.

You are less powerful when you are not living in your full integrity.   You are less happy when you can’t honor you beliefs, thoughts and actions.  It isn’t always easy to align your beliefs, thoughts and actions.  It takes a willingness to embrace the fact that integrity is important to living a life of significance.

Most people will take their car into the auto shop to get their wheels on their car aligned so that the tires don’t wear so quickly and so that their car handles correctly.   Alignment of the wheels makes sense, it saves money, provides for better handling and is safer.

Our lives need alignment and sometimes it takes a bit of courage to realize that we need to align our lives.   When we do, we can live with greater awareness, greater satisfaction, better results, improved happiness, better relationships, and a more rewarding career.

How much wear and tear are we willing to put up with before we go see the mechanic and get our lives aligned?

Start living in integrity today … make the shift and start living a better life.

begin the shift

Do you have something you want to change or achieve in your life?

Maybe you you’d like to start a new business, a new career, a new relationship, lose weight, or something else.

The road to success and change all share the same properties.

  1. Be clear on what you want in your life.
  2. Perspective, often people have difficulty understanding what they need to change.   Someone else can help you find perspective, usually it takes someone who isn’t a close friend or family member.
  3. Get Support, find someone who can help you, and support you.

What do you want to change most today?

Have you tried to change before?

On a scale of 1-10 how did it work for you?

Why do you think the change didn’t work as well as you wanted?

Are you ready for change?

“Sometimes your only available transportation is a leap of faith.”
Margaret Shepherd

Contact me today and start the journey to a life that allows you to live out your dreams.

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