Sometimes we become self-critical and venture down the path of regret about past decisions. Aside from the obvious consequences of self-deprecating behaviour, this approach provides insights into the individual's spiritual maturity . Being self-critical or criticizing others is a sign that the individual has a lower-level of spiritual maturity than one who embraces imperfections and displays patience with others.
We've all been emotionally triggered at one time or another. In many cases these triggers give us a hint on an area of self-development. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to dive deep to uncover an area that needs attention rather than focus outward to change things outside our control. If one consistently blames others for his / her own emotional state , then this is an opportunity to take pause and explore an area of personal growth.
How can you tell you are stressed? In this segment, Shamir shows the participants how to quickly determine their level of stress and how to reset their levels to a new normal.
Sometimes we are faced with decisions that may have a lasting impact on the rest of our lives and possibly the lives of our loved ones. When we make bold or daring decisions, others may view it as courageous. In this segment, Shamir explores situations where daring decisions reflect cowardice than courage.
Some of us are still experiencing childhood trauma. Even if you choose to physically distance yourself from your blood relatives, the multi-dimensional property of your DNA will bind you to them. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to heal at the celluar level so you can clear the trauma's emotional field.
The most important aspect of emotional intelligence is self-awareness. In this segment, Shamir discusses how each of us broadcasts emotions on the heart-generated magnetic field which surrounds us with a diameter of up to 7 feet. Each of us can sense this magnetic field and become more self-aware of not only our emotions but of others.
There is a difference between the feelings you experience when having a heated debate with another, and one you experience when being irritated by an exchange. In both cases one experiences a 'separation from source' to a particular degree. As humans living in duality (spirit and matter) we are by definition separated from source energy; the latter being unconditional love. On the path of discovering our divine magnificence, we will experience a range of emotions which correlate to the degree of separation we feel. For example, when we are holding a cooing baby, we feel elated , joyous and peaceful - this is perhaps the closest we come to experiencing source energy; in other words, experiencing less separation. When we ruminate over past unwanted experiences, we experience more separation from source because we are farther away from the feeling of unconditional love, the latter being pure source energy.
Separation is experienced through an emotion associated with fear. The experience of separation is a gift to humankind in many cases. Imagine strapping yourself in a roller coaster ride and experiencing no ups and downs; you would be disappointed wouldn't you? Life's most rewarding moments come from the prospect of the 'unknown' that lurks just beyond the path fraught with challenges. In this segment, Shamir discusses how separation is a gift that should be cherished and embraced while experiencing life in the human form.
Why aren't some healers able to heal themselves? In this segment, Shamir suggests the reason for this through the concept of the 'consciousness bubble'. The interaction between personal, community and humanity 'consciousness bubbles' effects one's ability to self-balance and heal. The Qi-Shot segment in this live recording addresses healing the skin
Have you ever taken stock of how much you are experiencing unwanted emotions? These emotions are useful only if you truly intend to signal the body to brace for an emotional or physical injury. The resulting chemical response in your body serves to re-direct all available energy from long-term maintenance functions to address the danger. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to test your ability to consciously recognize these unwanted emotions