Webinars

Dr Jason Shields brings up real world topics and shares concepts that represent an Integrated approach to life.

Real world topics

Dr Jason Shields brings up real world topics each month and shares concepts that represent an Integrated approach to life.

In these live events he speaks for 30 minutes and then answers listeners’ questions. These webinars are a power packed break from your every day life and might just change how you perceive the world around you. Feel integration and explore yourselves by joining us. Reserve your spot for the next live webinar!

Previous webinars

Charging Action with Emotions

Have you ever said something like, “I’m so angry” or “I’m super happy”? We have talked about the fact that we are not our thoughts, we are not our emotions. It is often much easier to fully appreciate the validity of that when we are talking about our thoughts than when we are discussing our emotions. This might be, in part, due to the way we describe them, how we phrase what is going on inside us. For example, we tend to use terminology like “I HAD a thought” or “I WAS thinking”. On the other hand, when we talk about our emotions, we tend to identify with them with words like “I AM happy” or “I AM sad”. We know that emotions are “e-motions”, that is, energy in motion. If we identify with them, imagining that we ARE them rather than that we HAVE them, we cannot use our “Jedi” power to channel them to move toward our highest goals and ambitions. We leak energy in every direction instead of wielding a laser sharp light saber that can take on and overcome any challenge. This month’s big question: Are you doing what you feel? Or are you putting feeling into what you are doing?

the skill of keeping it real

Have you ever looked up into the night sky and just wanted to escape into the big unknown? The world around us can often feel crowded and stressful. And feeling like the weight of the world is on our chests can make it seem hard to breathe. But if we can pause a moment and take a step back, we may get a new perspective that will make the burden a little lighter, and breathing a little easier. If things get too heavy and dark we may feel like escaping. That escape could be a physical escape—like running away or moving to a different city in the hope that things will be better there. Or it could be a psychological escape—like burying ourselves in a video game or our work, or just making excuses for why we are the way we are. It could even be NOT doing something—like not making that important phone call. The issue here is, of course, we become less efficient, less effective. Besides, the thing we are trying to escape from doesn’t go away. It’s still there, and likely getting bigger instead of smaller. So, we can all agree that escapism is not the solution to our problems. But, what if you don’t realize that your actions are escapism? What is the difference between escaping into a video game and taking a break to relax playing that same game?

honor your power

Do you know what your true power center is? Do you know how to strengthen and grow it? Are you taking the time to focus and supercharge yourself and your power center? Diamonds don’t look like diamonds until they are cut and polished. Are you walking past a diamond mine and only seeing rocks? We often lose perspective on what power we actually have in us, and that often leads to focusing on what we perceive to be our shortcomings. Have you ever had the experience of having a great day when an offhand comment wrecks it? Or has an offhand comment served to improve a less-than-stellar day? Have you ever made someone else’s day better—or worse—without knowing it? Make sure you are getting the most out of Who you are and What you are doing!

peer groups

The people you surround yourself with have a profound effect on your life. Who is affecting your life every day? Is there a team of like-minded people around you who help you to become the best you? Do you have a core group of friends who hold you to your highest self? Are there fellow travelers who will give you a hand up—or a shoulder to stand on—when you can’t climb alone?

roles

What roles do you play in your life? Are you a teacher and a gardener? A father and a businessman? An athlete, student and sister? Success has been defined as the progressive realization of worthwhile, personal goals. Note the adjectives in that definition of success—worthwhile and personal. True happiness and success comes from knowing what you want and consciously moving towards it. Defining your roles is a fast and reliable path to reaching your goals. But only if your goals are aligned with your roles. How do you prioritize your goals? Do you prioritize your roles in the same order? Aligning and integrating your roles and your goals will let you fly like an arrow on the straightest path toward your goals, instead of hacking your way through a jungle.

recovery

Well begun is half done. But it’s still only half done. How often do inertia and your old habits get the better of you? Ever quit a diet that you just started because you couldn’t stick to it? Or stop going to the gym shortly after you promised yourself that this time would be better? Dr. Jason shares the secrets to recovering from falling short, the secrets that will help you to recapture and hit your goals. Your recovery time decides how fast you arrive at your ideal life. It decides how long the path is to your highest goals. Do you get back on track quickly or give up because you slipped? Recovery hacks can be your secret weapon for real, effective change in your life. Here are techniques and tools for recovering and resetting yourself to keep your personal evolution rolling! Change your perspective and energize your life!