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Wisdom from Sheevaun Moran

Wisdom from Sheevaun Moran

The body, brain, emotions, thoughts, and surroundings are the playground of energy in our lives. Our playground is often cluttered with non-essential toys and gadgets, words, beliefs, patterns, programs, attitudes, and is often overgrown with these weeds. The energy playground needs to be cleared regularly so that energy is flowing and abundant for the ultimate benefit of the human form. This playground of energy is only taken into consideration if or when something is breaking down or not working.

By ignoring our energy until there is pain, loss, breakdown, etc., we are ignoring the fabric of our existence. The human existence is dependent on energy and we have become too adept at depleting and wasting that energy.

We have become lethargic about asking more questions and just accepting what is told to us as complete and accurate fact. By learning how to identify and question and gain proper use of energy in and around the body we can become super-human.

The energy of wisdom lies in each of our cells and remains dormant until there’s a major outbreak or challenge. Then the brain begins searching and often finds a few nuggets but then more often than not again goes back to sleep. We need to stay in the awake mode and allow ourselves to become seekers of higher thought and not succumb to the energy of static immobility….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Sheevaun is a highly respected speaker, teacher, entrepreneur, and master of energy.

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6:21PM PST on Nov 9, 2011

This storage of energy beautifully explained. It requires discipline to deal with life's energy drainers. When an unexpected crisis comes our way and our energy resources are fully functioning, our way of dealing with the problem is so much more effective

8:49AM PST on Nov 8, 2011

Housecleaning in body-mind-spirit should be mandatory twice each year. Clutter, like hoarding, begets clutter ... and can get out of hand quickly, not allowing the ordinary day-to-day needs to be met or often even considered.

Energy is a most powerful asset if used wisely ... let it begin with me so linkage to others' energy banks can begin. Care to join in?

11:48PM PST on Nov 7, 2011

i dont like the word master to be used for a human of some kind of knowledge......it was used for Jesus and no one can live up to it ever again

8:44AM PST on Nov 7, 2011

The converse of using the no-no words is to use positive ones. Which seem to work pretty well when the negatives are dominating the thoughts. Still trying to find the most effective ones, but even just silently saying "love, love, love" seems to calm the jittery, repetitive stuff that happens more than I'd like.
Thanks for article.

4:30AM PST on Nov 7, 2011

Thanks.

2:14AM PST on Nov 7, 2011

thanks

12:46AM PST on Nov 7, 2011

Thanks for sharing.

8:26PM PST on Nov 6, 2011

Thanks

3:40PM PST on Nov 6, 2011

Thank you

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