Setting Your Own Moral Compass

Living Life on Your Own Terms

When we grow up, one of the first big lessons of life that we learn is the difference between right and wrong. As children we learn this from our family and peers based on their opinions, perceptions, reactions, experiences and how they handle certain situations. All of them affect our moral compass.

How many times have you found yourself saying, “Oh my goodness, did I just say that?” or “I totally just sounded like my mother.” Even the most self-aware person can unknowingly internalize another’s moral compass as his/her own, causing them to react as others might instead of how they really feel based on their own moral compass.

Psychology Today suggests that whenever you catch yourself saying something that makes you stop and say, “Why did I just say that?” it’s something to pay attention to. You’re most likely projecting old emotions on new situations and this may even cause you physical discomfort if you’re really paying attention.

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True North or Magnetic North

The difference between true north and magnetic north can be less than 1 degree, but the further into life you take it, that one degree can turn into a big difference. If you truly want to follow your own true north, you’ll need to get to higher ground, or in this case your highest truth. The alternative is to stick your head in the clouds and be led by someone else’s magnetic north. It’s all a matter of choice.

Setting your own moral compass as an adult means doing and saying what feels genuine and comfortable and just right for you alone, regardless of others’ opinions and what you’ve come to view as “normal” based on another’s point of view. That is truly living life on your own terms.

Unless you’re fulfilling some serious karmic debt, as an adult you’ve come to gauge your own moral compass—you have your own set of rights, wrongs and in betweens. We need only look at headlines just within the 21st century to see that more and more people are living life on their own terms. What was once hidden is now part of our new normal and with those changes, millions of people are now freer to live life on their own terms and follow their own true north.

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Travel Light and Bring Your Moral Compass

If we don’t have the support of those we love and respect when it comes to our personal decisions, we may feel judged and we might even experience a bit of self-doubt. For instance, you might say, “Well, if I just put this aside, maybe they’ll accept me.” But wait a minute. That doesn’t feel right. In fact it feels very wrong. It can leave you feeling a little conflicted. Setting your own moral compass and following true north is a matter of personal choice, but the truth is you don’t need anyone’s approval to live life on your own terms. That’s the whole point.

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