Ester Nicholson is a licensed spiritual practitioner and inspirational recording artist who brings her personal experience of 24 years of sobriety coupled with a committed practice of spiritual principle to audiences around the globe - with riveting keynotes, soul nurturing music, transformative workshops and heart connecting retreats.
For the past 17 years, she has studied under Michael Beckwith, founder of Agape International and featured teacher of The Secret. Ester has also been a licensed member of the Agape International Spiritual Practitioner Core for 11 years. A gifted vocal artist, she has completed two world tours with Rod Stewart, Bette Midler and others - in addition to appearing on such television shows as Oprah, The Tonight Show, The View and the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
“Our community was so immensely moved by her performance that we continue to be asked about her return. Ms. Nicholson has displayed a high degree of integrity, purpose, and faith. In addition to her excellent musical accomplishments, she has proven her ability to inspire people and reach out to the audience through her motivational talks and personal experience. Ms. Nicholson would be a positive element to any event, and I am happy to give her my wholehearted endorsement.” - Bonnie Kleissle, MPH, CCPA, Administrative Director Blessing Hospital Cancer Program, Quincy, IL
Ester is currently facilitating workshops on Forgiveness, incorporating principles from Colin Tipping's Radical Forgiveness and 12 Steps of Recovery, sourced from Prosperity teachers such as Eric Butterworth, John Randolph Price and Abraham. As a teacher, she illustrates through her own personal struggle - and ultimate transcendence - over erroneous beliefs in lack and limitation. Nicholson shares, “It has become very clear to me that a false sense of identity and the ignorance of our true nature are the only true blockage to our good. The more those false beliefs are dissolved through an unwavering commitment to ‘know the truth that sets us free,’ the more we break through the hypnotic suggestion of lack and finally experience the glory and magnificence of the universe.”
Ester's personal struggles as a teenage mother, substance abuser, food addict, victim of domestic violence and her ultimate triumph over these adversities, place her in a unique and powerful position to relate to and inspire teens, youth and adult groups from all walks of life.
Whether she's speaking and sharing her music with churches, The United Way, The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority or helping teens at a Catholic School in Yuma, Ester provides high-value tools and technologies touching hearts and minds with her deep commitment to making a significant contribution to the world.