Posts Tagged limiting beliefs

How to Unjam Your Cashflow

These days, tons of people appear to have their cashflow jammed. Let’s explore this topic, why this is happening and what you can do about it.

First, here’s a video from the Playa del Carmen event: blowing a candle with a punch. Ever tried that?

So when it comes to cashflow, it’s no secret that a lot of businesses struggle with the current economic situation, but statistics only apply to groups, they don’t apply to individuals. Challenging situations create just as much opportunities as they create struggles. I know that even those at the top of the coaching industry are experiencing challenges. Some of them may blame it to a shifting industry, and there’s more to it.

The first thing you have to understand is that we’re at the transition point between the information age and the spiritual age. Two social matrices are colliding: the established paradigms and ways of doing things, and the emerging paradigms that are spiritually-aligned. It has been much easier to conduct business from the established paradigms, up until now.

These days, those operating from established paradigms are experiencing challenges because those paradigms are collapsing. Those operating from the emerging paradigms are experiencing energetic attacks by those who want to keep things the way they were. Those who are in-between are being pulled in all directions. Nobody is escaping it, and it won’t get better. This is just getting started. Hint: start applying a solution before it gets worse. Go where the puck is …Read More

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Anatomy of Value Conflict

In the last articles, I talked about what value conflicts are, and the difference between your true essence and your false ego. Too often, when transcending their false ego, spiritual people also disconnect from their true ego/essence.

I will also say this: values are part of your false ego. Values are when your conscious mind values one thing less than another and create a separation between them. When you are in your true essence, you are simply standing in your truth which is unique for each individual and for each path. You are fully standing in your truth when you fully value truth and reality on all levels.

Many people view value conflicts as when they have different values than someone else, and although that’s a valid definition, we’re talking about something completely different here. When it comes to spiritual growth, value conflicts are when your conscious or unconscious minds devalue part of truth because it doesn’t quite fit with other parts of truth. Such value conflicts create strong and invisible filters that distort your view of reality.

In the previous article, I talked about 5 types of value conflicts: Conscious Conflict, Unconscious Conflict, Valuing Outcome, Subconscious Avoidance and Subconscious Denial. For the sake of simplicity, I will call them Type 1 to Type 5 value conflicts. These are actually up to 5 layers building on top of each other, meaning there is always a conscious conflict underneath an unconscious conflict that will become visible once you take out a layer. …Read More

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Understanding the Mind Part 1

There are lots of people teaching how to use your mind in more effective ways, and there are lots of various philosophies on the topic. Also, there are various flaws and misconceptions in what is currently being taught by the top spiritual leaders. Truly changing your life happens through the mind, and it requires a proper understanding of how this mind works. In the first part of this article, I am going to expose the most common flaws in what is currently being taught and the consequences of these flawed principles. Then, in the second part, I will put Dr. Thurman Fleet’s famous stick figure diagram of the mind designed around 1938 and really put it to the test. I will expose its flaws and limitations and propose a more complete diagram of the mind that will open you to new possibilities.

Because I am making challenging far-stretching claims here, I will ask you to be really skeptic and to put what I say to the test. Learn to think on your own. What brought you to consciously or subconscious buy into any of these flawed concepts is a lack of skepticism and a lack of critical thinking. In order to be a true skeptic, it is especially important to put your own thoughts and beliefs into question, which is where most skeptics get stuck. I don’t want to you get out of these flawed concepts just to buy into other flawed concepts, nor do I pretend to …Read More

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We Are Pure Shining Diamonds

We are pure shining diamonds covered with mud just waiting to be uncovered. This is a core principle of Self-Awakening and Self-Transformation. We’ve been thought to believe we must learn and develop skills and competences. We’ve been brought up to believe it takes discipline, perseverance and experience to reach higher emotional and spiritual states. These are limiting beliefs.

I do not work with beliefs and theories. I do not take anything for granted, no matter who it comes from. Everything I teach is experimental. I try new things and observe the results. Let’s take for example learning to ride a bike. Nobody can teach you how to ride a bike. You can read dozens of books on the topic and you still won’t be able to ride a bike. You’ll then get on the bike and fall because you don’t have the awareness of how to keep your balance. Is that ability to keep your balance a skill you must learn, or an inherent ability you already have within you that you just have to uncover? When studying spiritual truths, it usually comes down to reminding you of what you already know. Is that universal truth a competence to learn, or something already within you? I would go as far as saying that nobody can teach you anything except what is already within you. I’m not talking about memorizing information; that’s not learning how to use your brain. I’m talking about learning how to use your own brain to achieve things.

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