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My work is my purpose, my driving force. It keeps pushing me to achieve bigger and better things with each new challenge. Here you will find some of my latest ventures.

Publications

Gathering at the Doorway: An anthology of Signs, Visits, and Messages from the Afterlife (2022)

Sheela is a contributing author featured in "Gathering at the Doorway” along with over 40 authors from around the world, a charity project curated and published by Camille Dan. Sheela’s chapter, The Gateway, appears with forewords from renowned bestselling authors Suzanne Giesemann, Sandra Champlain, Robert Ginsberg, and Leslie Dan, and endorsements from bestselling authors Mark Anthony JD, Kimberly Meredith, Dr. Mark Pitstick, and Jacob Cooper.

Kindle e-book version $4.99USD

Paperback version $15.78USD
Hardcover Edition $74USD


All proceeds go to mental health and addiction care and research programs, youth and young adult social development programs, bereavement support services, survival of consciousness and afterlife communication research, Helping Parents Heal and Forever Family Foundation USA.

Hello Me! — Self-empowerment and Healing through Regression Therapy (2016)


A personal undertaking that lasted 3 years in the making, this non-fiction book chronicles the real-life transformation of Kalina, a mother-of-three searching for her life purpose through coaching and past life sessions with Sheela. The book includes the transcriptions and Kalina’s comments giving a raw and in-depth look into self-healing through complementary therapies.




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SCRI is a not-for-profit collaboration with the Family Therapy Institute of Santa Barbara. The mission of SCRI is to research end-of-life experiences and their therapeutic value for patients, their families and loved ones, and caregivers.

Shared Death Experiences

We are looking for individuals who want to share accounts of end-of-life experiences with their departed loved ones. Your stories will help support SCRI research shared death experiences with the aim to bring healing and comfort to others. All reports will be treated with utmost care and confidentiality. Contact Sheela and let her know the best times to get in touch with you or email her your experiences.