Consciously Speaking Interview: Key Points to Not Miss
Recently, Sheevaun Moran of Energetic Solutions interviewed with host Michael Neeley of Consciously Speaking. Here are some key takeaways from that interview. Listen to the full interview here.
Cut the Cord
Sheevaun spoke openly about the practice of “cutting the cord.” To cut the cord, she told Michael, is to “truly disconnect.” The failure to truly disconnect results in a person being sapped into someone else’s energy, changing the person’s own energy and diminishing his or her own power.
To cut the cord, an actual physical movement was discussed. To do, imagine that you have a large knife or samurai sword in your hand. Then, picture all of the cords that you have with yourself or others in the rest of the world. Then, make a large sweeping motion from the front of your face all the way down to your feet, and say, “Cut, cut, cut.” Repeat three times.
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff
Another theme of the interview was the idea that sweating the small stuff can quickly drain you. And, according to Sheevaun, “everything is the small stuff.” Relax, and be surprised how good you’ll feel.
Know Your Own Value
One of the biggest key points of the article was to know your own value, and to understand that everything in the world is associated with a fee. When you recognize what your skills or services are worth and are comfortable charging for them, you have more opportunities for growth.
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- Not sure what I was going for with this one but I do know that having my picture taken isn’t always something I am super comfortable with. I completely respect those who do love having their photo taken. . So the story I’m going with for this is that there are many things in our world that needs looking in a different direction. Sometimes it’s more looking up or ahead but right now everyone seems to be looking down and away. . Look at people around you. Notice what’s happening and smile and don’t be like everyone else.