I do not act without values. Sure, I think that people often aren’t conscious of why they do what they do, but I also often just act faster than I can think. But I’m not worried because I trust myself enough to make a decision I’m happy with. I also don’t think me making mistakes (or being correct) means others will necessarily treat me any differently.
But let’s say that you didn’t like how unaware you were of what guides my decisions. So, you decide to throw all your values into question and start fresh. Right away you’ve made a misstep because this is not how you acquired my values in the first place. Are you going to relive your life beat-by-beat so that the same experiences lead to the same conclusions? Or are you going to divorce yourself from the process by which you actually acquired your values? And, if so, what values will you use to decide how you will get your new values? And what does it mean to do this blind? Are you going to just shut your eyes and not think about what you already believe as if that means you’ve now purged yourself of your self?
And what’s motivating you to do this? The fear that you might be wrong? Have you thrown that value into question? The avoidance of failure, mistakenness, pain, suffering, etc strikes me as the avoidance of life itself. And if you accept you might be wrong, which in theory is what promoted the re-valuation of values, then why turn inward for answers? Or to sources you agree with? Why not seek falsity? People you disagree with? Or seek no one and allow yourself to be affected and changed by your experiences. Of course, you have no choice. You are changed and affected regardless.
So maybe do nothing. Be the same. Because maybe the whole thing that kicked this off, that what you think matters (or is true), is the first mistake you made.