Honesty=Consistency

Honesty does not apply only to what you say. The term actually means consistency. There is nothing you say that contradicts what you think or do; no thought opposes any other thought; no act belies your word; and no word lacks agreement with another. Such are the truly honest. At no level are they in conflict with themselves. Therefore it is impossible for them to be in conflict with anyone or anything. ACIM

Consistency and discipline - two qualities I aspire to daily. I believe that these two qualities are the best way to achieve our fullest potential. Consistency- in every part of your lives. In what you say, in what you do, in how you live. 
Consistency and discipline can be applied to any area of your life- studying, exercising, work., relationships.

If you are consistent and disciplined, it becomes a habit, and will inevitably contribute to a lifestyle. Even small drops over time full a bucket.


What happens many times is that we start something all hot and sweaty, then we fall off, ask yourself why?

Ask yourself why is it so challenging for me be consistent and to be disciplined? And answer honestly
How many times do we say one thing, think another and then do something completely opposite? No consistency and therefore the end result is inconsistent.

Do you associate consistency and discipline with hard work and suffering?
If so do you believe that these feelings or periods of hard work and suffering are permanent or worth more than what is on the other side of these feelings?

Find something in there to be happy, grateful, joyous about
Find something in there that demonstrates that on the other side of these feelings is your highest life and potential
Find it, want what you want more than you want the disappointment

Tapping into those powerful feelings of good—the ones that expand your heart and your soul—they'll help you expand into your greatest good, your most powerful self, and move into the space of your limitless potential.
Everything takes time and practice
Peace


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