Abstract: Corruption is thought of as part of human nature. But what if we change that by acknowledging that corruption starts on the inside? What if we admit our own corruption? What if we acknowledge how we hide our corruption, making up excuses to justify it? Discovering how addictive societies promote corruption at a very young age. How we try to gain personal power by lying and cultivating certain manipulative behaviors. Deciding to become part of the resolution.
Corruption is often thought of as part of human nature. Dishonest behavior by those in positions of power, abuse for private gain. But what about us? How do we lie to ourselves that the bad guys are “out there” and have nothing to do with us? What if we acknowledge that corruption starts on the inside? Remembering that it starts with an idea, a delusion that corruption can make us feel more powerful to have the lives we want. What if we admit our own corruption? What if we admit where we are dishonest, manipulative and controlling? What if we acknowledge how we hide our corruption, making up excuses to justify it? What if we bring awareness into where we live in a fantasy world, allowing our minds to believe that it’s true rather than face the reality of our actual lives?
Addictive societies promote corruption at a very young age. Parents offering us perks if we do what they want us to do. People doing and saying “nice” things, to get something from us in return. Asking to get ratings from a friend. Paying someone to get in the front of the line.
People trying to gain personal power by lying and cultivating certain manipulative behaviors such as…
How we can be part of the resolution…
About the Author:
Crystal is a certified expansion guide with the Total Integration Institute. An author, multidimensional coach and facilitator for the live event called Freedom at the Core. She is the instructor and coach for her online course, Freedom From the Inside Out. She draws from her own experience and the experience of the thousands of people she has worked with over the past 35 years. Crystal is known for the fun and empowering way she supports people in bringing forth the experiences they want in their lives. Currently she is writing a series of children's books that embrace the principles of living freedom.