Self-Leadership is the art of establishing and sustaining vibrational coherence with Core Energy. In order to exercise Self-Leadership we need to have integrity, among other traits.
A person with integrity is usually described as having strong moral principles. However, integrity is also a state of being whole and undivided, of unbroken completeness. Among other things, integrity is about walking our talk, of finishing what we have started, taking action on our intentions, following through and honoring agreements.
If we take an honest look at our lives, we all have some unfinished business to take care of. How many times have we started something and haven’t seen it through? How many times do we make a commitment to a friend, a colleague or a customer and fail to deliver? What about the agreements we have with our selves, such as exercising, eating better, learning a new skill or having a heart to heart conversation with a spouse?
If we are having difficulty manifesting our desires, it could be a sign that our integrity has been compromised. When we don't do what we say we are going to do, when we don't honor our agreements with ourselves and others, our energy disperses and our fulfillment levels drop. The only way to create something new in life is to change the status quo, but if we lack integrity we won’t take appropriate action to initiate the change in the first place.
Integrity requires daily intention and attention as well as authenticity. We have to be really conscious of what we are saying yes and no to. Do we continue to say yes to things we know don’t serve us anymore, like junk food, toxic relationships, unfulfilling work, or negative addictions? If we break the agreements that we made with our selves without recommitting to a resolution, our energy gets depleted.
Here is a simple suggestion to help strengthen your structural integrity. Make a list of what seems incomplete in your life and take some action to get a resolution or recommit to it. Do it now. Make it an intention and don’t procrastinate to live the life you deserve to live.