Being a parent requires one to balance between protecting one's child from irreparable harm and allowing the child to have his/her own experience in life. Once a child becomes more independent, she makes her own decisions and some of these may not be ones that meet parents' approval. In some cases, the child's behaviour causes the parent to ask the question "where did I go wrong?" In this segment, Shamir explores this vein of thought and provides some insights.
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.
Things will not go back to the 'way it was' before 2020. The current COVID-19 pandemic has created conditions under which each human is forced to face his or her deepest fears. In order to thrive in the new world - a post pandemic world - each of us will need to have a different mindset and armed with tools and techniques to navigate through a set of problems and opportunities humanity has never experienced before. In this segment we explore the new world and the resulting unfolding consciousness that will be needed to navigate through it.
Humanity is experiencing unprecedented change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are asked to distance ourselves from others and in many cases asked to stay indoors. If we were scared before, these additional measures serve only to amplify mass fears. In this segment, Shamir discusses how he experienced fear and how he overcame this quickly.
On March 11, 2020 World Health Organization declared Covid-19 virus as a pandemic. Government authorities were shutting down borders, restricting travel and asking individuals to maintain a 'social distance' - no more hugging or shaking hands. In this segment, Shamir discusses approaches to replace human contact while still experiencing closeness with another.
To manage drama in your life, you must be willing to diffuse it using an approach not unlike playing tennis. In this segment, Shamir uses the game of tennis as a metaphor for managing drama in your life
In every situation where you experience disappointment, chances are you are missing a larger perspective that may allow you to feel better about yourself. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to identify such situations and emerge from it with a strong sense of self-worth.
In this segment, Shamir discusses the three criteria one must consider before communicating with others - especially if the communication is meant to address an issue.
In this segment we discuss how connecting with nature helps alleviate anxiety and other unwanted emotions. Even power plants require a physical connection to the ground to ensure stability of operation.