Emotional Intelligence: The Two-Second Rule

In this segment, Shamir discusses how to improve interpersonal relationships especially when one is pre-disposed to ‘rambling’ on without sensing if the other person is willing to engage. He demonstrates how the two-sentence rule serves to deepen the connection with another individual as well as serve to invite a more meaningful exchange.

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Use it or Lose it

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Your body is extremely efficient.¬† Those who have had a cast know that once the cast comes off after a few months, the muscles in the area atrophy or shrink.¬† This is because the muscle has been dormant and the body reduces its capacity in that area¬† to match the level of activity (if you don’t use it, you lose it).¬† With proper care and attention, one can re-build those muscles again.¬† This is also true for our capacity to empathize with others or to hold compassion in our hearts.¬† We can grow our ability to hold compassion with simple practices and by doing so improve our overall health and well-being.¬† The good news is that even if our ability to hold compassion shrinks over time (perhaps due to life changing situations, etc.), we can regain it by practicing the techniques provided in this program.

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Law of Attraction – Avoiding Common Mistakes

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In this webinar you will:

  • Explore the three key steps in making the Law of Attraction work for you,
  • Discover some of the most common mistakes made when trying achieve your goals, and
  • Practice guided meditation to bring you closer to your desires

Size Does Matter…

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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.

When Comforting Others – There is Only One Rule

Sarah’s husband was recently diagnosed with a terminal disease.¬† They had been together for over half a century and now she is facing the prospect of life without his physical presence.¬† ¬†Individuals have tried to comfort her with statements like “at least you have had a good life together” , “Trust God – He will guide you through this”, or my favourite “We grow closer to God through Suffering”.¬† These are all comments from well meaning individuals and completely unhelpful to individuals like Sarah.¬† She doesn’t need to hear comments that imply she needs to “just let go”.¬† She needs to process her emotions and feel heard.¬† When comforting others like Sarah, there is only one rule:¬† help her feel joy as she expresses her emotions.