Is your integrity untainted?

We have the tendency to place a measure of worth on everything. We lack, therefore in our faith, we move away from our purity of heart if we’re not receiving what our ego tells us we deserve.

Self righteousness is used to determine the measurement of faith and love we put out and receive. Often this causes one to see their lack of character. Are we willing to be responsible for our own self-deception, our own proclivities? We say that’s what we want. In the tearing down and strengthening of character is one willing to instill the discipline? Will you take the medicine, will you do it right now? If I tell you to go towards something will you do it, or will you allow immediately the sticky binds of ego to be the end-determining factor in your actions.

It is hard to let Divine Mother be your thought. Because you won’t get what you want. It will create a reaction your most likely not ready for or understand thus old impressions take over and you perceive accordingly. When one knows Divine Mother is Self, they are not a thinker or a doer. Are we willing to be an instrument? Then we’ll have to rely on our untainted integrity, which is union with Divine Mother.

When we choose to perfect ourselves more, expansive things occur in our life. There isn’t anything we can’t do. It’s a matter of faith, and purity of heart. It’s a matter of our thoughts being guided by the purity of heart, not just a display.



One comment on “Is your integrity untainted?

  1. Hi, Guruji. Welcome to my blog. I’m glad you’ve joined us. On my blog I have a Friends page, on which my readers leave information about themselves and their blogs. I hope you will feel free to do the same. Again, welcome.

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