Unlimited Abundance

Christie Marie Sheldon

Christie Marie Sheldon

I took this work shop with Christie Marie Sheldon and I highly recommend her if you are interested in clearing abundance blocks that you may not be aware of in your life.   Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities.  And she is so much fun to listen to!

I heard about Christie through Mind Valley, a global brand and company that invests in, creates and builds businesses that align with its goal to push humanity forward.

Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities. – See more at: http://www.unlimitedabundance.com/about#sthash.hYNFvomf.dpuf
Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities. – See more at: http://www.unlimitedabundance.com/about#sthash.hYNFvomf.dpuf
Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities. – See more at: http://www.unlimitedabundance.com/about#sthash.hYNFvomf.dpuf
Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities. – See more at: http://www.unlimitedabundance.com/about#sthash.hYNFvomf.dpuf
Christie Marie Sheldon is a fully realized intuitive healer and author, committed to using her gift to help people eliminate their energy blocks, raise their vibrations and manifest their ideal realities. – See more at: http://www.unlimitedabundance.com/about#sthash.hYNFvomf.dpuf

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Beast Women

I went to see my friend, Robin Fine perform one of her newer poems last night at show called “Beast Women”, an All-Female Performance Variety Revue serving as a platform to showcase the best female talent in Chicago. The show was started in 2007 by Jilly Kewl and Michelle Power.

I have been to their show before but last night’s show blew me away. Robin Fine’s poem almost had me in tears because of how beautiful it was. I got goosebumps when a belly dancer came out in the middle of her poem to dance to her words.

Another fabulous Chicago talent who was a real treat to see last night was Roberta Miles. Her poem about getting old had me in stitches from laughing so hard. I love her clever humor and how she can captivate an audience.

I highly recommend this show. It is a true Chicago treasure.

Check out: the Beast Women Productions website

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The Zohar Project

I am posting this two weeks late, but better late than never. I participated in The Zohar Project, an initiative created by The Kabbalah Center, an organization whose sole mission is to remove pain and suffering in the world. And yes, it is the same Kabbalah Center that draws a lot of celebrities like Madonna and Ashton Kutcher, so don’t judge….they are people too :-)

One thing the Zohar provides are donated Zohars to people who are open to receiving them. In the last we have donated Zohars to police departments, fire fighters, and hospitals.

Two weeks ago, a group of students, including myself, distributed zohars on the Main Street of the Chicago suburb of Cicero. It was quite a challenge for me, as sometimes rejection makes me feel uncomfortable when se people choose not to take the Zohar donation. But there’s so much joy and appreciating when someone does choose to take the Zohar donation. One moment that really stood out to me was when one student gave a Zohar to a women begging on the street. She started weeping because she was so moved by the gesture. He told her she was not alone. It was a very powerful experience for me. It’s those moments that remind me why I do what I do.

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Poetry in Pilsen

I went to my friend’s book signing today in Pilsen, one of the coolest neighborhoods in Chicago. I like it because it still has that underground artist edge and the rent is still reasonably cheap. And they have coffee shops! My friend Sandra hosts an ongoing event called the Butterfly Poetry Project where she hosts open mic sessions with local poets. My friend, Robin fine introduced me to Sandra. She’s a pretty cool gal. She invited the first female Puerto Rican Bomba group to perform for the event and they blew the roof off the venue with their hypnotic Afro Carribean beats and dancing. Such amazing energy. Their drum beating was so hypnotic one could almost fall into a trance and summon all the Orishas.

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We make beautiful music together

Here are the very first two songs I’ve ever written with my friend Mary. We had gotten together and formed a band called Heshvan, which means the month of Scorpio in Hebrew. It was a play on words because we both had very strong Scorpio in our astrological charts. Later on, my friend David, who is also known as the singer/song-writer Manakin sang the vocals for both songs. The first song is named “Diamond in the Rough”. It has a sad context because it is about our good friend’s mother who committed suicide. We wanted to commemorate her love in a song so we wrote it for her. The other song is called “Young Roads” which is about looking back at old times when we were young and crazy and thought we’d live forever. Both songs are very special to me and will be released in the upcoming Manifest Project album as well as the new Manakin album called “Revelations”.

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