Most of us have felt isolated at least once in our lives. With the current pandemic situation, the feeling is amplified. When we experience emotions associated with isolation, we broadcast them beyond us and affect those around us. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to work with feelings of isolation from inside out
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in stress and anxiety for the masses. Stress will result in suppressing the body's ability to counter diseases and virus invaders. In this segment Shamir provides an approach to help individuals overcome darkness and anxiety caused by social media and news media outlets. Access online resources on demand at ifio.teachable.com
In this segment, Shamir discusses the three levels of consciousness and how individuals can access their highest expression by recognizing these and then move through them fluidly. The highest human expression is realized when all three levels merge.
Where is humanity heading? Based on mainstream news, we are heading for darkness and despair rather than on a trajectory to enlightenment and joy. In this segment, Shamir discusses how shining the light in dark spaces reveals systems and organizations that once thrived in the shadows and how these are now no longer able to hide; this is a sign of humanity moving towards a higher and a more elevated existence as long as light workers continue to stay centered and coherent (i.e., stay out of fear).
What happens to your brain if it's not able to distinguish the subtleties of emotions experienced? One of the keys to becoming more self aware and therefore improve your resilience is to detect subtleties in the emotions you experience. In this segment, we discuss the subtle differences between compassion and love to help you stay in the higher vibration zone of each emotion.
In this segment we explore how most individuals spend a lot of time laying blame or judging a particular situation rather than creating a productive dialogue to resolve the issue. A recent example is the Israel-Palestine conflict where the two sides have engaged in a spirited exchange calling the other side 'wrong'. Why are people fixated in the 'who is right and who is wrong' dialogue? Neither side will admit they are 'wrong' simply because in their eyes they are simply responding to the other's aggression. As a witness to the news report of the civilian deaths, it's easy to be drawn into the 'right' vs. 'wrong' argument and through that process make peace within that the aggressor will be subjected to a higher justice. It's this notion that the 'higher' justice will punish the bad and reward the good that's stopping a meaningful discussion about how situations such as these can be avoided or mitigated
Experiencing grief is a part of living life. There are four things that will emerge when one grieves: emotions, belief systems, behaviour and physical symptoms. In this deep-dive webinar, Shamir discusses each of these aspects and provides a powerful practice that has helped others break through an otherwise irreconcilable state of grieving.
Sometimes we become self-critical and venture down the path of regret about past decisions. Aside from the obvious consequences of self-deprecating behaviour, this approach provides insights into the individual's spiritual maturity . Being self-critical or criticizing others is a sign that the individual has a lower-level of spiritual maturity than one who embraces imperfections and displays patience with others.
Many of us tend to replay, in our minds, unwanted experiences from the day before so that we can re-write the ending or experience some form of a closure. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to recognize and arrest energy draining thought patterns and shift them quickly to not only preserve our energy, but boost our immune system and resilience at the same time.
In this segment, Shamir discusses how he had a heated exchange with another individual and what he learned about himself as a result. At the heart of the matter was a missed opportunity to stand his ground before things got heated. He discusses how to avoid a heated exchange by using some simple but effective approaches to prevent a 'blow up'