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Love Test – What Is Your Biggest Block To Health, Happiness And Love?

Take this Love Test to uncover your Love Blocks now:

Do you ever feel angry, bitter, resentful?
Do your feelings get hurt easily and often?
Do you hold onto your hurts and refuse to forget them?
Do you complain that things are unfair?
Do you blame everyone else for your troubles?
Do you feel there’s never enough love in your life?

If you answered yes to any question, then proceed to the final questions on this Love Test:

How is your heart?

Does it feel heavy from carrying around the emotional weight of resentment and anger?

Have you guessed what weighs down your heart and blocks good health, happiness and love?

It’s unforgiveness.

Researchers have warned us for decades that anger and unforgiveness are a cause of disease and unhappiness. Holding onto grudges and anger against others is a poison pill that you swallow and expect it to hurt the person who hurt you.

What’s the antidote to this poison pill?

It is to learn how to forgive.

You get many chances to forgive in your life, since people often hurt each other intentionally or without realizing it. You can express your frustration, disappointment or resentment over the incident(s), yet you might as well accept that you can’t change anyone else but yourself.

How do you change?

Once you stop resenting and start forgiving, you get good at forgiveness. You don’t condone a cruel or harmful action against you. You simply refuse to let it hurt you.


You practice healthy self love by staying away from people who harm you and by sending blessings that are more powerful than their hurtful actions. This empowers you to let go of the heavy feelings that weigh down your heart. This frees you to feel healthy, happy and loved.

Now that you know that forgiveness is the antidote to emotional suffering and pain, will you use it? Will you see people who betray or disappoint you with new forgiving eyes?

If you find this impossible, then you may need some extra help. A world-renowned brain-imaging specialist, Daniel G. Amen, M.D., has studied brain scans of people who hold grudges, worry and oppose new ideas like forgiveness. They have a tendency to be oppositional and their favorite word is NO.

Dr. Amen found these behaviors are symptoms of excessive activity in a part of the brain known as the anterior cigulate gyrus ACG, most likely due to low levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin. The ACG is the gear-shifter of the brain that allows us to be flexible, adaptable and open to change.

What if your brain’s gear shifter needs a bit of grease to get unstuck from unforgiveness?

In Dr. Amen’s Brain Health Report Newsletter, he says you can help heal an overactive ACG with cardiovascular exercise and distractions like taking a walk or calling a friend to get unstuck from negative thoughts.

Dr. Amen recommends natural supplements that boost serotonin, such as 5-HTP, to calm an overactive ACG in your brain so you feel more relaxed, happier and open to change. Naturally, supplements should be taken in the watchful care of a health practitioner.

Any other blocks to break through?

Some emotional issues remained unresolved because they are being stored in your energy meridian system. You can release these negative energy patterns by using biofeedback or Emotional Freedom Technique EFT.

By now, you see that unforgiveness is not our natural state. It is an unhealthy state that can be healed when you choose the empowering antidote of forgiveness and use a variety of nutritional support and energetic clearing techniques that release your blocks to health, happiness and love.

And I’ll give you all the relationship success tools you need to be even more successful and build better relationships with everyone in your life when you begin your program at http://GreaterSuccessAndLove.com

Love deeply and live your dreams now,

Hadley Finch

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