There is an old joke that goes like this: "when you lose something, why is it that you find it in the last place you look?". The punch line: "Because once you find it, you stop looking for it!" In this segment, participants are invited to look deeper even when they think they found the answer. An approach is provided to help a deeper dive into a personal issue.
We are always creating our reality - consciously or unconsciously. In this segment you will experience how we can shift our reality through a couple of demonstrations where this actually happens.
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
On my way to visit a Tibetan Monastery in Koh Phangan, Thailand, I encountered a potentially dangerous situation. I had no idea how dire the situation was until I reflected upon it days later. Compassion played a key role in helping me navigate through adversity. Such is the power of Compassion.
There are two fundamental Laws of the Universe that must be considered in order to succeed at co-creating your reality: The Law of Attraction (LOA) , and
The Law of Free Will.
Understanding how these laws work will improve your LOA Mojo. In this e-book, you will find the top 7 reasons why LOA may be elusive to some.
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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Harvard researchers discovered something amazing when studying individuals who had been long-term meditators. A 50 year old's biological trait in this region of the body was the same as one of a 25 year old.