The Practice of Personal Integrity

Lilit Amiraghyan


We can practice personal integrity after choosing and professing our values, after choosing what is wrong and what is right for us.

Practicing personal integrity means living following integration of our ideals, convictions, standards, beliefs and behavior.

When we act against our ideals, values and convictions, we respect ourselves less. If we do so continuously, our self-esteem suffers.

The higher the level of consciousness at which we operate, the more we live by explicit choice and the more naturally does integrity follow as a consequence.

Follow your values and don't betray yourself. It will support your self-esteem, your confidence and self growth.