91% of Covid-19 news reported by major media outlets in the United States is negative. Individuals are more prone to tune into negative and disruptive news reporting and therefore in essence reward these outlets for their negativity. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to work through this by focusing on the positive and reaching out to your friends, family and neighbours to help each other get through this pandemic.
There is much debate on vaccinations and the views are sometimes highly emotionally charged. Depleting emotions such as anger, frustration, panic and grief dampen one's ability to maintain composure and make intelligent decisions. In this special presentation, Shamir discusses how the quality of our relationship with the virus and the vaccine coupled with our body's resilience establishes the basis of our decision to vaccinate or not. There are two guided practices to help us access our heart's wisdom to guide our decision on this very important matter.
Have you ever struggled to get your inspiration mojo going. You cannot dictate when you will become more creative or more inspired. A writer's block is just another way of experiencing a lack of inspiration. In this segment , Shamir discusses how he was able to get his inspiration mojo flowing almost instantly.
When making important decisions affecting your and your loved ones' lives, fear creeps in. In this segment, Shamir discusses the dance between fear and inspiration and the importance of stepping into a state of inspiration prior to making a life decision.
Pendulums may start their swing at different positions but within a matter of time they will all synchronize with each other; this until a disruption is introduced. Human consciousness is also swayed by human pendulums like Ghandi, Mandela and Hitler for example. These individuals are among those who have influenced mass movements by awakening fear within them or inspiring them to achieve greatness. In this segment, Shamir discusses how we can become more aware of our synchronization with these pendulums and asks us to consider if we are up for the challenge of becoming one.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could identify your limiting beliefs so you can achieve your highest potential? Most of these beliefs are set in the subconscious mind and can affect our ability to think big. In this segment, Shamir discusses this topic and demonstrates how anyone can create from a simple thought.
Life has its ups and downs. Many individuals adopt the view that life happens to them rather than the notion that they design their own reality. In this segment, Shamir discusses how having the right mindset can not only help you weather the 'downs' of life but can also help you build resilience to achieve goals that you may not even have dreamt you could achieve.
How many possibilities exist for you at this very moment? Most of us expect today to be no different than yesterday. We plan our day and anticipate meeting our intended goals and expectations. This approach limits our ability to invite new things into our lives by broadcasting our intention to receive everything 'as expected'. In this segment, Shamir explores an approach that one can incorporate in order to entice the universe to bring forth new and bountiful things for each of us.
Shamir reflects upon a time when his eldest child was about 6 months old. He took her to visit his paternal grandmother who was in palliative care. She was not very responsive and was in quite a bit of pain, and receiving pain killers. His grandma lit up when she saw her great grand daughter; it was as if all her pain went away instantly. This child exhibited the ability each of us was born with - the power to heal. So why do we fall sick or sometimes find it difficult to recover from our condition?
There are many types of visualization techniques but sometimes the simplest one is the most effective one. In this segment, Shamir discusses how his visualization technique landed him the exact vision he held; he received this insight only after he was sipping coffee on a 5 star hotel room balcony in Southern Germany sipping coffee before his presentation to a large audience. While sipping this coffee and looking out into a beautiful meadow , he asked himself "how did I get here?". From the time he left his room and before he arrived at the presentation hall, he received his answer.