Taming the Inner Critic: Seeing Yourself on Camera

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  • By Sheevaun Moran.

    Now that social media is at a place where you’ll find yourself on camera at some point or another you want to learn to clear and resolve that inner critic about the camera. I know I certainly had to and continue to have to do this.

    I discovered that I have muted energy when using video and when someone is talking to me and asking questions I’m myself and animated. What is your energy like when you do use video?

    Worried about how you look? Afraid to speak loudly? Afraid or concerned that you’ll seem or look stupid? You become someone else. Worried about the camera because it adds 10 pounds? Don’t want to watch yourself because of unconscious beliefs that you don’t want to see where parts are imperfect? Afraid you won’t look professional enough and the video will make us look like an idiot, embarrassed, ashamed and like you don’t know what you’re talking about? I could go on but there’s an energetic technique to use that will clear this.

    The color of your clothes matters just as much as the color of your energy. Remember that most people can’t get away with black on camera but Steve Jobs succeeded, because it’s really about energy. It works best when we’re excited, hyped, and enthusiastic and LOVE what we’re doing.  The key thing is to tap your heart.

    Sheevaun O'Connor Moran

    Sheevaun Moran is an transformational speaker, nutritional expert, creator of innovative energy technology for limitless thinking, she is the author to several books and over a dozen holistic healing and meditation CDs . Her articles have appeared in Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles times, Conscious Living, Alternative Medicine. Sheevaun has been featured on CBS2, KCAL9, HBTV, PBS to name a few. Her blog and radio show are not to be missed.

    For more information, please visit sheevaunmoran.com.

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