About Cary

Spiritual Values in the Workplace - book coverAbout Cary Weldy

Cary Weldy is the founder and owner of Cary Weldy LLC, a design and construction firm located in Chicago. He graduated with his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a top-ranked engineering school in the United States.

Cary worked twelve years with Fortune 500 companies, prompting the writing of his first book, Spiritual Values in the Workplace:  The Soul of Success in the 21st Century, which was released with Hay House’s Balboa Press in September 2011.

my-big-amazing-renovationWith the entrepreneurial itch, Cary left the corporate world in 2001 to start his own firm. His innovative work in design and construction has been featured in print media and onHGTV, landing him a 30-minute episode on the hit TV show My Big Amazing Renovation, where he combined four condos into a single luxury home in a notable Chicago high-rise building. In June 2012, Cary was named as “one of the best and brightest in the design industry” by i4Design Magazine.

Based in Chicago, Cary has worked on design and build projects nationwide, including a penthouse in the Four Seasons in Austin, Texas, and a nightclub in Montana. He recently completed the design and renovation of the 7,000 square-foot penthouse in the Trump Tower in Chicago.

Mona Lisa with sacred geometryFor the last 25 years, Cary has studied the secrets of the Masters of art, architecture, and energy, including da Vinci, Michelangelo, Vitruvius, Plato, and many others. He has also extensively studied various energy and healing modalities around the country since 1991, including certifications in Polarity Energy work with John Bodary, QiGong with Jeff Primack, Reconnective Therapy with Herwig Schoen, advanced Pranic Healing with Master Co, and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and Meridian Tapping with Steve Shields and Kay Phillips in Chicago.  In 2009, Cary began his apprenticeship in shamanism with Hay House author and shaman Peter Calhoun to learn Native American methods of working with and transforming energy.

With his collective studies in energy and healing modalities, Cary incorporates the science of energy transformation into his work, creating healing and nurturing environments for clients while establishing a new standard for design and architecture.

Sacred Spaces - Show logo - with Cary WeldyIn 2011, Cary created a reality television show series called Sacred Spaces, with Co-Executive Producers Reid Davis of Entertainment Concepts International, David Moravec and Michael Torchia of Kinzie Street Studios, and Emmy Award winner Tina Hergott, the writer for the show.

While the TV series was successfully distributed throughout the United States, Canada, and Central and South America for the first season, the production team was unable to raise enough money to produce the balance of the first season.  At the same time, Sacred Spaces won three Accolades for the series.

In February 2014, Cary created a streaming radio show called Energize Your Life, a weekly radio show with the mission to help people bring the principles of energy harmonization into their lives with easy tips for a healthy, happier, and more successful life.

In addition to writing, Cary Weldy speaks at conferences, conducts workshops, and appears as a guest on radio and television, including his recent interview with Jenniffer Weigel on WGN Radio, where he discussed how to increase Divine energy in the home. Cary also works with children with autism, ADD, and ADHD to lower their symptoms.  Click here for more information on his seminar about “How Interior Design Can Help Autism” at NeoCon 2014.

Caring for the Community

His passion for the environment and the community is reflected by recycling large amounts of materials from his construction sites, as well as donating fixtures to various organizations, including Howard Brown, Design for Dignity, and other service organizations. He has volunteered at PAWS, Chicago’s largest no-kill animal shelter, and serves on the Board of Advisors for Robert Morris University in Chicago.

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