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Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 2

Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 2

According to the teachings of Lao-tzu, the four cardinal virtues represent the surest way to leave habits and excuses behind and reconnect to your original nature. The more your life is harmonized with the four virtues, the less you’re controlled by the uncompromising ego.

The Second Cardinal Virtue: Natural Sincerity

This virtue manifests itself as honesty, simplicity, and faithfulness; and it’s summed up by the popular reminder to be true to yourself. Using an excuse to explain why your life isn’t working at the level you prefer isn’t being true to yourself—when you’re completely honest and sincere, excuses don’t even enter into the picture. The second virtue involves living a life that reflects choices that come from respect and affection for your own nature. Make truth your most important attribute. Walk your talk; that is, become sincere and honest in all that you say and do. If you find this to be a challenge, take a moment to affirm: I no longer need to be insincere or dishonest. This is who I am, and this is how I feel. When you know and trust yourself, you also know and trust the Divinity that created you. If you live from honesty, sincerity, and faithfulness to the callings of your spirit, you’ll never have occasion to use excuses.

This virtue coincides with the character of number 1.

Lessons to be learned by number 1

• To listen to their own inner guidance and believe in themselves enough to act on it. • To realize others' opinions are only other opinions. • To stand centered on their own two feet and live valiantly in integrity.

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Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 1

Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 1

Some 2,500 years ago, Lao-tzu spoke of ‘the four cardinal virtues’ and noted that when we practice them as a way of life, we come to know and access the truth of the universe. These four virtues don’t represent external dogma, but a part of our original nature—by practicing them, we realign with Source and access the powers that Source energy has to offer.

The First Cardinal Virtue: Reverence for All Life

The first cardinal virtue manifests in your daily life as unconditional love and respect for all beings in creation. This includes making a conscious effort to love and respect yourself, as well as to remove all judgments and criticisms. Understand that you are a piece of God, and since you must be like what you came from, you are lovable, worthy, and Godlike. Affirm this as often as you can, for when you see yourself in a loving way, you have nothing but love to extend outward. And the more you love others, the less you need old excuse patterns, particularly those relating to blame.

This virtue coincides with the character of No. 9.
Lessons to Be Learned by Number 9

To accept people and conditions just as they are to forgive, forget, and let go. • To open their hearts to all people, regardless of age, race, religion, or any other label that can be used to separate people. • To learn to love and forgive themselves. • Most of all, to know that their most valuable asset is a heart filled with enough love to melt any resistance they encounter.

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