Is 'To live with constant energy it is important to get your emotional faults corrected' used rather like a proverb? This sentence is not found in my dictionary, but it seems to be uttered sometimes.
It's not any proverb that I've ever heard.
Proverbs (sayings) tend to be simple and direct. Such as these:

A stitch in time saves nine.
A penny saved is a penny earned.
Loose lips sink ships.
A fool and his money are soon parted.
The early bird catches the worm.
Even blind pigs find an acorn once in a while.
This is a quote from the book " The POWER of POSITIVE THINKING" by Norman Vincent Peale...chapter 3, How to Have Constant Energy.