Is Christie Marie Sheldon: Vibrational Review. Updated

is christie marie sheldon a fraud? Is Christie Marie Sheldon A Fraud? This question keeps repeating in the searches on my site. The simple answer: I don’t know.

Hey, what is a fraud? Who is a fraud? If you promise something and you don’t keep your promise, that’s fraud. If you get in someone with false promises… that’s fraud.

If she says she is god, then she is a fraud. She is not god. Does she say that? I don’t think so.

If she says she can raise your vibration, then she is a fraud. In that regard.

She and her programs won’t raise your vibration permanently. But you will feel better while you listen to her… I probably would too… What else is she promising?

In my other article I have already said that the vibrational frequency of love is 540.

Since the time that I wrote that article, her vibration has dropped. I mean DROPPED.

It was 299 in August. Today, Christmas Eve of 2011 it is 200. (rechecking it in July 2012: it is still only 200)

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Vibrational Review: Holosync

bill harris holosync meditation Vibrational Review: 1/14/2012

Bill Harris personal vibration: 195
Holosync free disc: 399
Holosync whole program: 230
Holosync as methodology and theory: 240
truth value: 195

Holosync is a mechanical operation, a lot like breathing, that may leave you with permanent improvement of your machine, your brain.

It did that for me, and I am forever grateful.

The program clocks at 295, and is a great starting program for the ambitious.

I used it until I met it’s originator, Bill Harris. After a short disagreement, I swore I wasn’t going to use it again, Bill’s vibration was so low, and his mind so closed.

But that should not stop you. If you can tolerate the annoying thai singing bowls “music” masking the active and operative sound frequencies, you’ll love it.

I have written in another article, but repeat it here: the holosync technology works on several principles: 1. that the brain handles different frequency through the two ears in a funny way: in an effort to get to a unified sound, it starts to vibrate at the mathematical difference of the two vibration. Now, whether this is true at every pitch or not, I don’t know, but this technology designs the two pitches to have a difference of a low number.

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