Hypocrisy, as illustrated by Samuel Johnson, is a state of delusion by subject, in which one practices to neglect those inherent or received causes that would symbolise him consistent and true as oneself. One would rather understands the detailed consequence and procedure, with no need valour to achieve it. The pretension of falsified beliefs, movements, values or some other causes happens by way of repeatition and favourable consistency.
The fundamental rule of repeatition in daily routine applies here. As this rule initiates with a innate thought which supplies birth to apparent action, repeated action leads to unseprable dependancy and repeated dependancy develops a persona. Either hypocrisy or integrity, any person becomes a undisputed portion of persona if followed by this rule of repeatitions.
Adversity examines these habitual tendencies of oneself (hypocrisy/integrity). It is clearly signified that adversity is a condition not favourable to ones expectations and beliefs. The consequence of which invites uncertainity and unfavourism. A example from average instinct of human is need fulfillment, a child weeps for food or some other material which is prior a mere satisfaction, if fetched. But he continues to get irritated until satisfaction comes to him. For a child of age less then eight years, this is a opposed situation. The aforesaid trait of integrity or hypocrisy is dealt with, to conquer the affects of this opposed situation.
A integral grownup often reacts in its absolutely or very own manner versus a hypocratic who unidentifies himself and drives in a false or deluded manner. The mind is a decisive faculty of grownup that succors one to attain satisfaction by reasoning on adversity, then implementation of course of action decided by mind to counter the expected or percieved opposed affects.
As illustrated by vedas, a sacred and oldest scriptures known in india, someone's mind consist of 3 substantive forces or popularly known as gunas. These gunas or forces are Sattva balancing, rajas motivity, tamas inertia. According to vedas, these forces are indisputable consitituents of each of the universe, bodily and mental. Sattva is a principle which leads to chastity, competencies, and bliss. Rajas is a principle of motion or motivity i.e. mentally scattered, energetic and restlessness. Tamas is principle which illustrates dullness, stagnancy and ignorance. Out of all 3 forces, sattva leads to balanced and high level whereas rajas makes one restless and scattered mind behaviour. Tamas orientes mind to a low level.
The awareness of these gunas would more than likely describe the grownup picking integrity or hypocrisy. Integrity is a result of sattva. As sattva energy enables the perfect steadiness amongst the apparent and innate self. The ambiguity diminshes as sattva prevails. Similiarly, the hypocrisy is also derived by awareness these gunas or forces. The emergance of tamas results in generation of hypocrisy. The extra the tamas is the extra dull and mundane one feels. This would resolute in getting away from what you obviously are? in the time of adversity. The mechanism of tamas works at a low degree, letting one to not get utterly aware of ones true self. The ignorance hinders to orient towards the absolutely face of persona i.e. established on values, ethics, truthfullness.
I tried to conceptualize an principle established on Integrity in opposed instances. The principle is related to persons delimma in opposed instances. This depends on two sub divisions: delimma of comparence and delimma of contradiction. 1) Delimma of comparence is a delusion condition which develops in individual indecisive to shift towards state of fulfillment of self expectations and state against self expectations. The delimma happens in daily routine. 2) Secondly, the delimma of contradiction once extra develops amid the two states, leaving individual in confusion. This delimma is an ideal test of integrity. First state is positioning, when one tries to be integral and follows the true self or values, ethics develop in due course of time, no matter what delimma of comparence lead to. Second state is neglect state defined as grownup neglecting those acquired or received virtues which he actually possess. Conclusively, these delimma of comparence and contradiction performs essential role in struggle to sustain commitment to be integral. The constitution of decisive faculty mind (as propecised by vedas) by gunas or forces, bureaucracy major drive to be integral or hypocratic in opposed instances.