Our expectations of a perfect outcome stands in the way of our authentic expression. Some of us are too focused on achieving a perfect outcome and less so on delivering an authentic expression. In this segment Shamir unpacks this concept and provides food for thought on how we can develop mastery in accepting imperfect outcomes.
An important discovery was made in 2018 by the University of California and reported in the Smithsonian magazine. Dad's state of mind and default behaviour becomes encoded in the sperm just before ejaculation. In this segment Shamir discusses how this as well as the mother-to-be's state of mind affects the child.
In this segment Shamir discusses how to apply a powerful technique to break out of low-energy mode such as sadness, depression etc. The key is to find someone to 'hold space'; in other words, this someone needs to be able to shift into a coherent state before s/he can 'hold space' for others.
Most of us have felt lonely one time or another. You can feel lonely even when surrounded by friends and family. In this segment Shamir explores this concept and provides approaches to overcome it and replace it with peace and joy.
When experiencing unwanted emotions, there is an opportunity to bolster our resilience and grow as individuals. Unwanted emotions such as anger, sadness, anxiety etc., are your body's way of signalling when you are out of alignment with your personality. Sometimes you want to keep this personality in tact and therefore avoid individuals or situations that trigger you. There are times however, when you realize you need to change your personality in order to improve or better yourself. In this segment, Shamir discusses the gift of unwanted emotions and how these can allow you to transform your personality.
When going through a rough patch , many individuals feel that the Universe (God, Creative Force, etc.) has punished them. By playing the 'victim' card, one is unable to find a way out of their predicament. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to ask a particular 'What if' question in order to tap into Source wisdom quickly
Many of us feel "out-of-sorts" when we face adversity. We can learn a lot about ourselves when faced with a challenge. In this segment, I use the metaphor of a see-saw to explore the concept of overcoming adversity and building resilience.
In many cases, it takes more courage to say no to others than to accept rejection. Shamir discusses this topic and answers questions from the live participants.
Detachment from outcome is necessary to maintain resilience. Shamir gives the example of two people approaching each other and one says hello. In this situation, the other person ignores the greeter and walks on by. Listen to the video to see how to apply the 'Duck Principle' in this situation.
Sometimes we blame ourselves for an unwanted outcome even though there may be others involved who may have contributed to the situation. In this segment we discuss how this affects our intuition and what we can do to quickly reset and tap into creative source to guide our next steps.