Psychic Counselor's Handbook
by Ralph D. Jordan
What Are Ethics?Let's begin with what ethics truly represents. According to Webster's dictionary, ethics are: "the rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group, culture, etc."
My spirit friends define ethics as "the development of habits, concepts and procedures which allow us to present our counseling in accordance with all of the natural laws and the highest and greatest of the Godself, as opposed to just simply the ritual and discipline that is ethically acceptable to mankind in their procedures and demonstrations of their personality identities and academic credentials:"
We must, therefore, go beyond mere discipline or procedure known to mankind through education into the ethics which cause us to constantly express our higher self-understanding, our higher self-consciousness and to express that which is the greatest aspect of our whole being. Our counseling is a form of communication with humanity. Of course, the disciplines that we use in expressing and maintaining our ethics in our counseling will vary-we might use transactional analysis, body language, astrology, numerology, graphoanalysis, or colorology, along with clairvoyance, clairsentience, and extra-sensory perception (E.S.P.).
Ethics is a vast subject of not only procedure but also of discipline and also most definitely an expression, a way of life. By our ethical approach to life and to the laws, we can create in our world that which is the good in life. I said the good in life rather than the highest good because what is highest is determined by the goals that we set for ourselves or by the ethics that we follow in our communication with humanity. In recognizing and working with the problematic situations that humanity chooses to create for itself, and bearing ethics and counseling in mind, we will switch our mind to the communicative disciplines and the expression of the higher self with humanity.
How wonderful everything would be if our brains, being as small as they are, were centered on just understanding ourselves, practicing our ethics, and just doing the work without worrying about the actions of another person, the positions we find ourselves in or whether we are the educator.