Shehnaz was born and raised as an orthodox Muslim in Karachi, Pakistan. From day one, she was asked to fit inside a box that didn’t align with her true calling. She grew up feeling trapped within a patriarchal, cultural mindset where women are groomed, expected to be wives and homemakers, and not encouraged to go to school. Being a headstrong young girl, she pushed over one barrier after another in her determination to complete her high school education and go on to college. Shehnaz graduated high school as the valedictorian and continued engineering at the University of Karachi despite persistent cultural and familial abuse and degradation as a female.
Upon her arrival in the United States, she faced a new set of challenges, including financial, cultural, and language barriers—as she tried to acculturate to her new life. Shehnaz reawakened her trailblazer instincts and chose the path of transformation.
Shehnaz’s quest for understanding life force energy has provided her with various certifications as an Energy Healer and Transformational Coach. Therefore, as a transformational coach, she uses the bio-individuality philosophy, meaning everyone is unique.
Shehnaz has worked as a rocket scientist for both Boeing and NASA. Her most recent work at NASA includes the Artemis Project. She and her cutting-edge team are working towards the unprecedented Human Landing System. When ready to launch, this system will bridge mankind with a long-term presence on the Moon and, ultimately, on Mars.
Shehnaz is the author of The Quantum Being. “Quantum Being: A Self-Sustaining and Magnificent Human Craft” seamlessly weaves together science, spirituality, and practical wisdom. Whether you’re a novice or well-versed in quantum principles, “Quantum Being” offers a unique and captivating perspective that will inspire and empower you to unleash your true potential as a magnificent human craft.
As we undertake the daunting task of transformation, we embark on the journey that will ultimately become habitual, automatic, and effortless – akin to a rocket leaving the Earth. At first, the initial launch requires enormous power, then less and less as it leaves the Earth’s gravitational field. Finally, the rocket moves through space under its own momentum breaking all the barriers beyond imagination to traverse new worlds.