Today I am further exploring the topic of selfishness – this time explore the changes that take place in your inner world.
Specifically, I explain what a value conflict is and how that can affect the way you show up in all areas of your life. I also share stories of how this showed up in the lives of my patients in some pretty shocking ways.
The point I want to make is that I believe it is important to explore yourself in a healthy way. This includes asking yourself about what you want – if you don’t know the answer it will be difficult to move in a direction that is the most ideal for you.
I leave you with an exercise that I believe can be the most rewarding thing you can do today if you seriously want to move forward in your life.
Hi — I’m Tracy: a holistic Chiropractor by trade and spiritual, intuitive guide and mentor by nature. My technical expertise and education as a chiropractor helped me to better understand the human body and what physical patient “care” looks like, and my spirituality and intuitive nature has helped me to realize that at the end of the day, what we really need is a holistic approach to comprehensive healing.
This learning has manifested in many different ways through many different lessons: one of which has been working with Bob Proctor in coaching the global collective to live with purpose. The experiences I’ve had professionally and personally have informed the intuitive way I have created and run my business, Atelier I’X, under which we house a podcast, Spirit of Success.
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