When trying to navigate obstacles, our tendency is to look to known solutions. In this segment, we discuss the merits of venturing out into the unknown and access a world that is beyond your expectations.
An experiment in the 1930s revealed an interesting fact about the relationships between matter and energy. Harold Burr, a professor at the Yale University School of Medicine, made the groundbreaking discovery that is just now trickling through mainstream thought.
Many individuals seek out energy healing medicine (Reiki, EFT etc.) when dealing with emotional obstacles. An important aspect of the healing process is allowing the physical body to align itself to the energetic healing.
In this segment, we discuss the notion of happiness. Can we create a life where we are happy all the time? I had this very discussion with a good friend of mine. Our discussion led me to dive deep within to examine the nature of our very being and our existence. One thing I came to realize is that we cannot be happy all the time. We can however do something much better to give us enduring peace.
This segment explores how one can pray (or ask the Universe) in a way that allows conscious co-creation of reality.
In this episode we explore how to communicate our wants and needs to the Divine Parent (the Creative Source/God/the Universe). First we look at our default approach at parenting our younger children when they express a desire that may potentially be harmful to them. When it comes to us being the 'Divine child or Spiritual child' of the Divine Parent, the rules are much different; for one, the Divine Parent will never be fearful of losing the Divine child because the latter is eternal and always with the Divine parent.
In this segment we discuss how to discern between living your authentic life and that you were led to believe. For example, ask yourself what would happen if you stopped a particular activity or routine. If your immediate response is 'my parents would disapprove' or 'others will form an opinion of me' - then you are living their version of your life. When you actually feel deeply about what you are doing in life , then you will have reached your goal of living your authentic life.
Chances are you are living someone else’s version of life. As a child, you were introduced to the concept of ‘working hard’ to make a decent living. In this program, we take a deep dive and uncover your highest expression of you. Then we chart a course to overcome obstacles that keep you in your current state
Two children playing in a field come across a grass snake. One child screams and runs away while the other remains calm and expresses appreciation for having witnessed it. Both children saw the same snake and yet both behaved quite differently. The composed child may not understand why his friend seemingly over-reacted in a non-threatening environment.
Have you witnessed someone over-reacting in a situation in which you would have otherwise responded calmly? The individual exhibiting uncontrolled emotions such as anger or frustration is likely experiencing chronic stress conditions. In extreme cases, these individuals are unable to form meaningful and nurturing relationships with friends and family due to their temperament. Over time they become isolated from others thereby solidifying their bitterness, and the cycle continues.
The good news is that individuals who experience symptoms of chronic stress can improve emotional regulation by using some simple yet powerful approaches. In many
cases, practicing these approaches result in permanent improvements.
Read more about this topic and where you can access free resources to help improve emotional regulation in this article written by Shamir Ladhani and featured in the Canadian Military Veteran’s newsletter: Summoning Courage to Engage the Battle Within.
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Procrastination comes from our inability to inspire ourselves from within. When we are inspired, there is no limit to what we can achieve. Shamir discusses how he realized the signs of procrastination within him and then discovered the approach that worked for him.