In this segment, Shamir discusses how suffering and enlightenment are intertwined. He discusses the mindset required to overcome obstacles and viewing suffering as a form of an opportunity to grow resilience and mastery; this then facilitates transforming the emotion of suffering to one of excitement and exhilaration
There is a difference between the feelings you experience when having a heated debate with another, and one you experience when being irritated by an exchange. In both cases one experiences a 'separation from source' to a particular degree. As humans living in duality (spirit and matter) we are by definition separated from source energy; the latter being unconditional love. On the path of discovering our divine magnificence, we will experience a range of emotions which correlate to the degree of separation we feel. For example, when we are holding a cooing baby, we feel elated , joyous and peaceful - this is perhaps the closest we come to experiencing source energy; in other words, experiencing less separation. When we ruminate over past unwanted experiences, we experience more separation from source because we are farther away from the feeling of unconditional love, the latter being pure source energy.
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'
On Father's Day, my 20 and 22 yr. old daughters took me out for a brunch. The two began to discuss gender gap and gender inequality. I began to realize how this reflects the new generation of feminine incarnated souls that are taking their rightful position in society. In this segment I discuss how each of us can contribute to the nurturing of the daughters of humanity so that their voices take a hold on human consciousness. The Qi-Shot moment portion in the replay is all about normalizing the blood sugar levels.
In this replay, Shamir discusses how to view situations from an objective perspective so you can create a composed response under heated circumstances. During the Q&A portion, he discusses how we train our body to anticipate and respond coherently - in less than 21 days.
Humanity is experiencing unprecedented change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are asked to distance ourselves from others and in many cases asked to stay indoors. If we were scared before, these additional measures serve only to amplify mass fears. In this segment, Shamir discusses how he experienced fear and how he overcame this quickly.
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.
There are two questions one must ask oneself to determine their ability to overcome fear. In this segment, Shamir explores those two questions and invites participants to practice coherence building techniques in order to counter-act the 'intuitive-killing' energy of fear. Copyright 2019 Panther Power Corporation
This is a recording of a live workshop delivered at the Lemurian Sisterhood Global Sacred Gathering event in Rimini, Italy on October 6, 2019. Shamir is one of only two men who have been invited to present at Sisterhood events; the other man is Hay House author and original Kryon Channel Lee Carroll. In this segment, Shamir discusses the power of emotions, how we can tap into our inner joy and transform us and those around us.
Our expectations of a perfect outcome stands in the way of our authentic expression. Some of us are too focused on achieving a perfect outcome and less so on delivering an authentic expression. In this segment Shamir unpacks this concept and provides food for thought on how we can develop mastery in accepting imperfect outcomes.