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.
We become uncomfortable when experiencing roadblocks along the way as we journey through life. While some roadblocks are meant to steer us away from our current path, other roadblocks give us opportunities to level-up our abilities. In this segment, Shamir discusses how to determine when an obstacle is worth overcoming and when it's better to change your path.
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 are prisoners of our past experiences. In this segment we discuss the allegory of the baby elephant that was bound to a tree with a chain and the difficulty it had in freeing itself. We apply this example to illustrate how human beings are prisoners in their own minds.
Our bodies are very efficient. When we have a strong emotional response to an event, or experience emotional responses to a particular event over a period of time, our bodies learn to associate similar event with the emotions. In this case, if an individual were to experience a similar event, the body would automatically produce the learned emotion. This stimulus - emotion association can be unlearned and replaced with one that better serves the individual.
I had an angry exchange with a member of my family. Afterwards I wondered how quickly I could feel compassion for her. Would it be hours? days? weeks? It took me only one minute by applying the tools I teach others. Listen to the video for the steps.
When you are experiencing a bad day, you will likely view everything around you in that same light. Listen to an example of how one individual turned this situation around in a matter of two hours using simple approaches
Apply the four step technique to diffuse highly charged arguments and create a collaborative environment which enables deeper connection and constructive engagement.