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.
Many of us have stuck or unwanted emotions we are not even aware of. These emotions have etched themselves deep within such that it becomes a normal part of us until we realize they are there. In this segment, Shamir elaborates on this and gives an example of how in one case an individual was able to quickly release the emotion and feel lighter.
Our bodies are very efficient. When we have a strong emotional response to an event, or experience emotional responses to a particular event over a period of time, our bodies learn to associate similar event with the emotions. In this case, if an individual were to experience a similar event, the body would automatically produce the learned emotion. This stimulus - emotion association can be unlearned and replaced with one that better serves the individual.
I had an angry exchange with a member of my family. Afterwards I wondered how quickly I could feel compassion for her. Would it be hours? days? weeks? It took me only one minute by applying the tools I teach others. Listen to the video for the steps.
One study demonstrates the importance of having an accountability partner to help individuals overcome challenges easier than if attempted alone.
When you are experiencing a bad day, you will likely view everything around you in that same light. Listen to an example of how one individual turned this situation around in a matter of two hours using simple approaches
Sometimes the emotional pain you feel may not be yours. In this presentation, we explore the guitar string metaphor which explains why this may be so. We also practice techniques to help you manage this effectively.
Individuals who feel they are continually suffering and do not recall a time in the near past when they were blissfully happy may choose to blame the Universe or God for their circumstance. What if our suffering is a design of our own making? What if the Universe is just responding to our desire to suffer?