Posts Tagged value conflicts

The 5 Spiritual Walls

I’ve been meditating on what is most blocking the spiritual communities, and what is causing what I teach to mix like oil and water with the spiritual communities. 5 walls came up during my meditation.

First is the Sacred Wall. When you view something as being sacred, it is an attachment to a strong value that blocks you from valuing other dimensions of life. An example of this is when I purchased a high-quality Tibetan Healing Bowl hand-forged by Tibetan monks, I made the joke of using it to prepare salad and the guy got really offended because this is sacred. Truth it, the monks are using those bowls to carry their food! That’s what they use instead of plates. You could call this the sacred layer of BS that covers the purity of life.

The verb ‘value’ is something positive. The noun ‘value’ is something negative. Unconditional love is about accepting, embracing and valuing all aspects and all dimensions of life without conditions. It means to value (verb) anything and everything, sometimes with priorities based on your soul’s path. A value (noun) is an attachment to a valuation that blinds you from other perspectives of life. A value always comes from the false ego. Anything sacred is a value as a noun. One of the keys to heaven is to transmute your values (noun) into valuing (verbs) and to let go of attachments along the way.

Second is the wall of sexuality. Spirituality has been seen for a very long time as …Read More

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How to *Finally* Resolve Value Conflicts

WOW, what an insane month. The past 2 weeks literally felt like 4 months, traveling back and forth between the East and West coasts for a whole bunch of events in a row: Cancun, Las Vegas, Florida, Los Angeles and back to Cancun. HUGE breakthroughs and so much to talk about. Here’s a cool picture from the live event I and Rion just hosted. Let’s start with one of the pieces that is blocking you the most: value conflicts.

I said that healing a cancer for a client is much easier than resolving a value conflict. This is about to change. There is only so far you can go in terms of inner transformation before bumping into value conflicts of some kind. And when it comes to connecting with a greater purpose, most people reject it when it comes because it doesn’t fit within their value system.

Here’s the problem with value conflicts. They create a black box around your mind and it is impossible for you to focus on anything outside of that box. Worse, your value conflicts determine your thought patterns and override your rational mind. You cannot override value conflicts with your rational mind. They will stop you dead in your track whenever you want to follow a different path. Value conflicts are a bitch from the pit of hell. So how do you overcome them?

When I was at David Neagle’s event in Florida, he shared that people resist changes. That is definitely true and has been my …Read More

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1-on-1 Coaching vs Group Coaching

Wow, I got lots of questions regarding the Year of Enlightenment group program. Many of them resolved about “is 1-on-1 coaching best for me, or would group coaching do” and “what’s the difference between working 1-on-1 and in group?” Let me answer these questions so that you know which action step is more appropriate for you.

First, 1-on-1 coaching is designed to have precise and fast results. The great thing about it is that it is very specific, and we use your goal to leverage the whole transformation process instead of just doing general healing without focus. We may only cover 0.5% of the knowledge, but you’ll have the very specific parts you need to unblock what is most holding you back.

Consider this. Out of all the people I coached 1-on-1, there is not a single client who has not achieved their main objective of internal transformation within 3 coaching sessions, and it is often resolved in 2 sessions. There are, however, clients who bumped into value conflicts and backed out of the process without completing their sessions.

Looking back at all the clients I have coached so far, the results fall into these 3 categories:
1. Some bumped into value conflicts and backed out
2. Some integrated what I taught them into their current habits and practice and got really great results
3. Some fully embraced and applied what I taught them and got truly miraculous results

Since I am fully committed to your transformation, I am looking for ways to …Read More

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Quebec Imposing Values Charter

Talking about value conflicts, Quebec now wants to impose the values of the majorities as “national values” and set secularism as the national religion. Protesters are now hitting the streets against racism. Let me bring my perspective on this.

The government, Pauline Marois, wants to define a Values Charter that would stand right next to the Charter of Rights and Liberties and serve as the foundation for future policies. They say “the state has to be secular” so all visible religious signs and dresses should be prohibited for all state employees. As for the cross above the judge, let’s leave it because it’s part of our folklore.

First, people get really confused about this because there really are two different intentions. One is to impose the values of the majorities onto the minorities to protect the national identity, the other is to have a proper work dress code. They really should split the project between a Charter of Equality and Conformity and a Work Dress Code. This would make the debate much easier.

Many years ago, I thought like them that Atheism was the absence of religion, until I realized skeptics were people who would put everything into question except their own beliefs. My definition of religion is a “fixed set of beliefs and values”. According to that definition, secularism is as much of a religion as Catholicism or any other religion. Some also argue that Secularism is the most closed-minded of all religions.

Values really are something personal and shouldn’t be defined …Read More

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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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