Posts Tagged personal development

What Is Value Conflict

Lately I have been exploring the concept of value conflicts, and this topic is extremely impactful for your growth and freedom. First I will explain what is a value conflict and how to recognize when it happens. Value conflicts are often rooted in false layers of self-identity and will block your progress.

Your subconscious mind always values truth, always values freedom, always values power and always values abundance. The problem is when other conscious values conflict with those. Or, when you have blocks towards certain values that are required to make the deeper value a reality. If you want to lose weight but don’t like exercise and love cakes, that’s a value conflict. If you want to live abundantly but don’t want a job and don’t want a business, that’s a value conflict. If you value renewal but not death, that’s a value conflict.

When it comes to spiritual growth, value conflicts are all about you and have nothing to do with anybody else. I would describe the effect you can get from resolving value conflicts as “self-sustaining open-air nuclear reaction.” It is very powerful. It is about shifting at your core to open new worlds of possibilities.

There are five different types of value conflicts.

1. Subconscious Denial: This is when you have knee-jerk reactions towards something related to truth, freedom or abundance and say “that’s not my cup of tea”. An example would be someone saying  that being emotional or vulnerable is for weak people. Someone could also be progressing in a …Read More

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Kevin Trudeau Review: Whistleblower or Scammer?

After writing “Kevin Trudeau Scam, What’s Really Going On?”, I saw all the negativity being written about him over the Internet. If I’m going to put my name on the line to support him, it’s important to have an objective look at this from both sides. And, since most of the information you can find online about him is negative, this will provide a more balanced view-point.

There is indeed lots of critics about him online; too much to be only media propaganda. You can view the reviews of The Weight Loss Cure They Don’t Want You to Know About, Mega Memory and Consumer Affairs Complaints. I totally support him, and obviously this cannot be ignored. Let’s go through it together.

For the book The Weight Loss Cure They Don’t Want You to Know About, I haven’t read that book myself. The reason for it is that I didn’t have any health problems or taken any medicine for years, so I don’t need it. The reviews are pretty consistent: it works, AND it’s not as easy as he said. Now I understand why the judge said he didn’t find his cure easy. All the reviews are around that theme. Those leaving negative feedback found it too hard and didn’t try it.

For Mega Memory, I have gone through the audio training of it (not the book). Memory was an aspect I had to improve and this training has been very helpful. It gave me a few headaches …Read More

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