Written by Mary Welch Friday, December 24 2010
Snapshot: Sheevaun Moran
If we want to transform from the inside out then we will understand why Sheevaun Moran, founder of Energetic Solutions Inc., Huntington Beach, Calif., is so passionate about using energy to transform health, life, relationships, business. It is her vision and mission to help people reclaim their energy.
Moran has developed steps to help people have energy, restore health, know why things aren’t working, and get back on track. She is a speaker, spiritual teacher, and entrepreneur. She thinks that through the use of energy people are fully empowered to achieve and succeed.
Womenetics: What is energy?
Sheevaun O’Connor Moran: It is the essence of who we are and how we respond to our surroundings, as well as how our surroundings respond to us. Without energy our body or mind will not work. When we are young we have a lot of energy and use it without thought. After we turn 25 we need to learn about how energy affects our every result. It is important to respect energy so that we have more than enough to have the life that we desire.
Womenetics: You seem to have solutions for a lot of problems facing women. Tell us how to get financial independence?
Moran: I love this question and will use the analogy of a car. If the car does not have gas it cannot go anywhere. Energy is the same in our body, brain, business, and home life. Without enough energy we cannot have financial independence.
It sounds so simple but the essence of financial independence directly corresponds to our energy or the amount of fuel we have for the car. If we are not mindful of our gas gauge we will run out of gas. This applies to the energy in our life. If we neglect the body by not giving it good life-giving fuel then the body won’t run. By not paying attention to the thoughts that help, we leak energy, and it is as if we have a leak in our gas tank, or finances. Worry and fear are thoughts that create leaks. Each leak in our gas tank helps more gas, or money, evaporate.
Womenetics: How do we get peace of mind?
Moran: Learn how to master our emotions and master our mind. This means that if we are having a difficult time with someone or something that we are able to let it go within minutes, not days or weeks.
Womenetics: Tell us the importance of meditation.
Moran: Meditation is such a complex word and yet such a profound way to allow many opportunities to flow into our lives.
It doesn’t have to be complex. The simplest meditations are usually the most powerful. We have designed many mini-meditations because that’s all most people are willing to do. Mini-meditations allow the mind and energy to have freedom and inner quiet.
Womenetics: Can we really do it in two minutes?
Moran: Yes, some of the deepest meditations in our life will come in just a two-minute span.
Womenetics: How do we know when we’re ready for change?
Moran: When life is being very challenging and we are seeing that everything is stuck. That’s when change is about to take place. The key thing is to get someone to help us along your journey so that they can help us divert from our habitual patterns of avoiding such changes.
Womenetics: How do we know when we’re happy and at peace?
Moran: Well that is such an individual sense. For me I know that I’m at peace when my shoulders are relaxed and it’s easy to focus on many tasks without much effort. Peace, for me, is when things just seem to occur and it’s effortless.
Womenetics: Tell us about Energetic Solutions?
Moran: Energetic Solutions is a company that brings wisdom, simplicity, easy solutions, energy medicine, and high vibrational products to life.
Many clients who come to us have grocery bags full of vitamins and herbs and other things they take daily. Those clients spend many hundreds of dollars on those things. When someone works with Energetic Solutions their bag of vitamins is reduced to taking only a few items and spending far less money to achieve better results.
Mary Welch is a freelance writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Dawson Times, Plan Your Meeting magazine, and Atlanta Business magazine. Previously, she held many positions with Leader Publishing, including editor-in-chief of Atlanta Woman, editor of Business to Business magazine, and editor of Catalyst magazine. As editor of Business to Business, she assigned, edited, and conceptualized a series that was awarded Silver in the 2005 GAMMA Awards for Best Series. Welch was a reporter for the Atlanta Business Chronicle for eight years and freelanced for publications including Glamour, Advertising Age, South, Georgia Trend, and Oz. From 2000 to 2003, she served as vice president of media relations for Bank of America, during which time she authored Forever Green: A History and Hope of the American Forest with Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell.