Many of us feel more secure and safe when we are guided by others only to realize later on that it was a form of control. In this segment, Shamir discusses how his transition from adhering to religious practices to spiritual observance was uncomfortable as he began to realize that taking back 'control' of his own path was a scary thought
The Universe operates using principles of duality. The push pull of our blood circulatory system is an example of the heart's push-pull action. Consumer batteries and house lights function because the design takes advantage of positive and negative cycles of the battery or the generation system. In this segment, Shamir discusses how our emotions operate on this duality principle and how to access wanted emotions and become more self-balanced.
We have all procrastinated from time to time. Procrastination triggers emotions that serve to drain personal energy and create many other secondary emotions such as overwhelm, guilt, helplessness, etc. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to recognize and break through procrastination by tapping into your inner engine
Many individuals dread family gatherings during what should be a festive season for most. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to process emotional triggers so that the emotional stress is short-lived. Participants share their experiences and reflections on how the practices in the program have helped them overcome and manage emotional pain
In this deep-dive webinar, you will:
* Discover how emotions affect your body's chemistry and biological responses.
* Learn how to quickly counteract unwanted emotions and train your body to boost your immune system.
* Learn how the placebo and nocebo effects impact your body's ability to shore up your immune response to viruses.
* Develop the most effective way to communicate with your body to boost your immune system
* Be guided to practice a five-minute technique that will boost your immune system response for up to six (6) hours!
What do prayers, teddy bears and ratty old blankets have in common? They provide a warm safe feeling to those who clutch tightly to these. Will a teddy bear ward off an intruder in the night? likely not, but the child will sleep better just from the safe feeling he/she/they get from the placebo effect. In this segment, Shamir discusses how the body's biology responds to self-affirmation (placebo) or self-deprecation (nocebo).
We have all experienced deep emotional hurt brought on by situations or persons. The deepest hurt is one where it is triggered by someone close to you. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to get to the other side of darkness by approaching it from inside out.
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.
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.