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Driving for Your Success with Sheevaun Moran

Oct 25, 2018

Listen in as I'm speaking and the Hippos on the African preserve share their thoughts on my success ideas. 

Everyone Sheevaun Moran here driving for your success, and I've just spent, Gosh, the past seven days here in South Africa on a private reserve and wow, what haven't I seen? What haven't we experienced? But, you know, elephants walking by within this far, uh, you know, dropping my phone in front of a tiger who's about to go hunting. That's kind of fun. And you know, right now, I don't know if you can see this, um, it's what's called the treehouse in, right behind me. His whole herd of hippos. I know, I don't know if you can hear them, but it's pretty spectacular. Urdu, Odu, I think is what they're called. Pretty amazing with its baby. Yesterday we saw it's an hours old water buffalo, um, you know, we've seen snakes and lizards and birds and, you know, rare animals and tigers doing amazing things to each other and to their prey. 

I have to say that in nature it's different than what you see on television. And, uh, I wasn't sure I wanted to see, you know, an animal going after another animal, but because we're a nature and that's who they are and what they're about, uh, there's nothing unnatural about it, there's nothing horrific about it. And so our true nature is to be more of who we are, which is how they're being, you know, they're being left to be who they are and, uh, achieve whatever their here to a herd of elephants, a herd of about a hundred elephants, you know, they're, they're interacting, engaging with us, and you can feel the communication. So how do you take this out into your own world? 

Nature's everywhere. Nature's within us. A nature is important to remember about and to go and explore our true natural self. Even though we're in a city or a family unit that is stressed out. Um, there are things that we can do in order to release those challenges that are natural. Um, you know, some, some of them I teach you can, you can find them on my youtube channel if you just scroll around, but that's an amazing. 

Anyway, I'm marveling at it all. Um, I'm here on the last day, don't want to leave, of course. And uh, my topic for you, I think ultimately is, you know, we really give you look at animals, they sleep a lot telling you to sleep a lot. They sleep a lot, but they're regenerating and they're super focused on whatever it is that they need to achieve, whether it's an elephant getting there, getting their particular occasionally leaves a Giraffe, you know, uh, protecting its new baby or Elian or a, a, a, you know, really achieving their end objective and they go to the end and they're always on a hunt for one thing in. They're looking for the easiest way in. So one of the things that was fascinating was a, we saw a pack of a wild African dogs. I guess they're super rare and we're super blessed to see them and we actually saw them catch their prey and go after a go after, uh, and get it as a group. 

And the interesting thing is the [inaudible] super fat, they were super focused. They got it all, heard it in the eight, and then the hygienist came into, um, the Hyannis came into take the leftover. So, um, the really interesting thing is that if you look at that, you know, where do you need to heard things in, where do you need to be super focused and where are the leftovers going to go into the outer circle to help someone else out. So it's a lot of lessons I'm going to keep sharing with you over the next couple of days. Uh, you'll see a couple of videos that I'm going to share with you, but this is Sheevaun Moran and I could keep going on about this place and how extraordinary it is. And what am I compadres here on. We just walked out into the middle a far away from our camp and uh, you know, just so I could do this video and share with you. So this is Sheevaun Moran signing off, driving for your success. Hey, if you're watching this anywhere other than on my website, go to SheevaunMoran.Com. Big Hugs. And really, let's really get back to our oneness. Who are we and do it now.