Ms. Eleyne-Mari Sharp SNHS, RBA

Eleyne-Mari Sharp

Eleyne-Mari Sharp (pronounced “Elaine Marie”) is a visionary with many interests (she especially loves Color and Water) and a very eclectic background, beginning with her 37-year career as a writer.

In August 2017, she released "INN LAK'ECH: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness," a Visionary Fiction novel about a teenage girl’s spiritual ascension. Her writing is also featured in two anthologies: "How I Found the Write Path" and "Simply Color for Everyday Living." Eleyne-Mari is currently completing "MAD ABOUT HUE: A Memoir in Living Color."

Eleyne-Mari was the founder of a national writers organization and has conducted numerous writers conferences and workshops for adults and children. She also organized an annual screenwriters conference and taught screenwriting to children.

Additionally, Eleyne-Mari has been employed by television shows, advertising agencies, publishing companies, film festivals, and screenwriting conferences. She is also a certified color therapist, spiritual aromatherapist, crystal worker, jewelry designer, events organizer, radio show host, radio show producer (Color Healing Radio and Within Radio), creator of the Rainbow Writing method, and founder of Color Therapy Month in March.

Aura House School of Color and Light
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P.O. Box 12
Newport, Rhode Island
02840

Areas of Specialty

Borderline Personality

Grief

Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)

Positivity

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Teen Violence

Treatment Methods

Aromatherapy

Energy Work

Marriage counseling

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Books Eleyne-Mari has Published

INN LAK’ECH

A Journey to the Realm of Oneness

"A wise person once said that you don't drown by falling in the water, you drown by staying there. It's a strange thing to think about when you're actually drowning, but I guess you could say that this is a strange situation." The charming seaside town of Little Blessing was founded by Puritans, but one of its descendants could care less about religious values. Up until age fifteen, the life of Mercy-Faith "Elm" Sunday has been one of extreme privilege, joy--and magic. Her father is the town's mayor,