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Personal Integrity
Susan Helene Kramer

Personal integrity: living in accord with our highest state of consciousness.

We continuously create our reality by our choices, moment to moment, creating and maintaining harmony by following our conscience and acting for the highest good.

Personal integrity takes courage.

We are being courageous in living according to our conscience when it would be easy to hide from others that we are not following our conscience. It is easier to slide down the hill of life, maintaining or digressing in our current state of consciousness, than to follow the hard climb up the path of what we know is right. The reward for continually upgrading our personal integrity is that we become more conscious of our harmonious, self-effulgent nature.

Through living with personal integrity others notice that we can be trusted; we become a trustworthy friend, an asset to our world family.

Personally integrating highest consciousness
enjoying happiness in harmonious living


Moods are formed in our mind.

Our mind and body are an interlocking unit; one affecting the other.

We are free to change a thought, mood, or attitude at any time. Some methods:
1. Exert will power by substituting positive attitudes.
2. Engage in physical activity such as brisk walking. The oxygenation of blood flushes out toxins in our body that have made us feel sluggish, contributing to a down mood.
3. Meditate for a few minutes to allow the natural harmony to arise most easily in consciousness through the stilling of the body.

Ups and down tempered
transformed into awareness of happiness, harmony
by balancing mental with physical activity

We enjoy being happy and feeling good. Take charge.

Using Cause and Effect for Positive Results

Cause and effect is a scientific principle.

In everyday living our positive choices result in like outcomes.

We also get a positive result when choosing the best way out of a bad situation. When outer circumstances are bleak we preserve our sense of inner harmony by following our conscience. Doing what is best now insures a better future.

Using this principle, we maintain our natural ease. It is our choice, by will power, to follow the direction of our conscience. The more easeful we are feeling, from following the direction of our conscience, the more clearly the best solutions come through to our consciousness.

Positive results
from positive thoughts


Self-knowledge: knowing and being able to draw from our inner Source.

Self-knowledge forms the foundation for building a happy fulfilling life. When our actions are in line with the highest good we are contributing to our sense of wholeness and wellbeing, just as a house built upon a foundation with straight and true lumber creates a framework that perfectly supports its visible outer coverings.

By our actions we are known
The insight of self-knowledge
creating beautiful actions

Self-knowledge is like drinking from an ever-flowing spring of clarity. When we need guidance in any situation the way that preserves our personal peace comes to mind. It is an open telephone line from the pervading universal cellular harmony to our conscious mind. The more we converse on this open direct line to our all-knowing Source, the more we can use and incorporate these directives reliably. After a while, the flow becomes so integrated into our waking consciousness, that the best resolve is automatic. This is open communication in its purest sense; the ultimate application of self-knowledge.

Some techniques to develop the connection with our Source are ethical living, caring actions, meditation, self-analysis, personal integrity.

Self-knowledge brought out form within
imbues daily actions with truth and harmony

Personal integrity
acting from our conscience at all times

Text and Garden Photo copyright 2001-2017 Susan Helene Kramer
Santa Barbara, California USA
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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