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.
In this advance class workshop, we discuss how to deepen our intuition and face our fears courageously. The approach provided in this Advance Class will enable you to enjoy the following benefits:
- Make difficult decisions under stressful conditions
- Slow down time (yes, really!) to think through the problem
- Maintain composure and be everyone’s ‘ROCK’ in times of need
- Enhance your abilities in both personal and professional endeavors
There are two ways in which you can access this webinar:
- Become an IGNITE level member and enjoy full benefits for only $15/month. Find out more about IGNITE by going to IgniteFromInsideOut.com, or
- Non IGNITE level members, please register for this webinar by June 30 and enjoy an early bird price of only $7 ($15 after that date) – click on the registration link shown in this event page
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