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.
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.
Featuring Shamir Ladhani and Dr. Amber “Mele’ha” Wolf, this webinar explores how emotions affect our biology and each other. Shamir leads participants through a HeartMath technique and Mele’ha channels the Star Mothers. Webinar was delivered in English with Czech translation by Marie Kucharova.
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What does it take to overcome limiting beliefs? In this segment, Shamir uses the metaphor of Leggo bricks to help us understand how our limiting beliefs are formed and how they can be replaced with those that serve us better.
Each one of us has intuitive capabilities. Some of us are able to amplify this innate gift better than others. In this segment we explore how to approach making decisions based on high vibration intuition and when to tell the difference between fear and the unknown; the latter is where you want to go in order to step into the next level of your journey.
We have all heard the saying 'we are all connected'. In this segment we look at an experiment where a photon was split and behaviour observed after manipulating the rotation and spin of the one half of it. The result brings us closer to understanding of entanglement and how we are connected to each other and the natural world.
In this segment, we discuss how nature tends to create order and harmony. Contrast this with human-led destruction which does not. The Big Bang was a chaotic event that transpired into order - such is the nature of nature.
Our diseased or healthy cells are generated based on the electromagnetic signature present. In this segment, we discuss how our cells' electromagnetic imprint becomes the blueprint for cell regeneration. We also look at the role Earth's natural frequencies play in our cellular regeneration.
If you had three identical wheels and a fourth one that was smaller than the others would you mount all four on your vehicle? Seems like a ridiculous idea doesn't it? Would you be surprised to learn that your body faces similar issues from time to time and has to decide between the equivalent of mounting four different sizes of tires and risk getting into an accident or to abandon the vehicle altogether. In other words, the body will attempt to create a disease and operate sub-optimally rather than shut the body down.