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    Please share your “Ethical Code of Conduct” here!


    Ethical code of conduct:

    Absolutism (cal. 650) there is an absolute, God Allmighty, to which im accountable to for every action, decision, thought and feeling. I align myself with integrity, willing to face God for the responsibilities of my actions and decisions.
    Responsibility, ever deepening humility
    Humbleness: being poor in pride, unassuming
    Do no harm
    Avoid evil
    A life of virtue (“Seek the Kingdom of God first”)
    Discipline, respect
    To thine own self be true
    To “kill mother lust and father self-will”
    Give vision priority among my desires
    Live one day at a time to the best of my ability, live up to my highest potential and to be as unconditionally loving I can

    Struggles and challenges:

    Alison Etter

    How to be Love in the world:
    Raise my vibration and awareness
    Be Christ Consciousness

    1. Intention will do more than anything else to assist me in being Love to the world
    2. Don’t resist what is. See the Love in it. This is a close second.
    3. Surrender everything that is not Love. This is the overarching practice that will bring me to the desired state.

    Ideal Expression of Love – persona and behavior

    Sending blessings, love and attunement energy to whoever comes to mind, and surrendering anything that is NOT Love. Fully accepting and loving those I am with, surrendering anything that comes up that is not Love. Being authentic in every situation, and with every person, surrendering the habitual response of passive aggressiveness.


    • Act in integrity
    • Be honest
    • Act as Love would act, towards both self and other
    • Be authentic
    • Do not judge or blame
    • Do not project my own emotional, egoic content onto others* (This entails continual monitoring of consciousness)
    • Surrender anything which is not Love to God


    • Continue to align word and deed to Love
    • To not let myself off the hook in terms of integrity and authenticity
    • To continually discern between ego and Love and to surrender what is not Love continually
    • To ask myself, in any situation, “What would Love do now?”
    • To ask for guidance and inspiration from Divinity in terms of what is right action in any given situation

    Challenges and struggles:

    • Being authentic
    • Discerning Divine direction
    • Trust
    • Monitoring consciousness throughout the day
    • Deep humility
    • Deep connection


    Some great examples! Living spirituality means that one’s spiritual pathway as one’s life is embraced. A uniquely designed ethical code is a reflection of that!

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