Love, Light, and Healing Psychic Fair Explores the Metaphysical

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Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 at 9:45 AM
Love, Light, and Healing Psychic Fair Explores the Metaphysical by Miriam Lamey

Saturday, March 18

It is said that energy cannot be created or destroyed; it shifts and moves from one form to another. One way to experience different types of energy is to see how it can be channeled by  mediums, psychics, and other like folk – many of whom are coming together at Erie’s Love, Light, and Healing Psychic Fair at the Ambassador Conference Center on March 18. In fact, “this is a great event for anyone with a curiosity or appreciation of metaphysical and spiritual interests,” summarizes organizer Elizabeth Ernst, herself a tarot card reader and no stranger to all things psychic.

Ernst explains that the $5 admission fee will give guests access to many lectures and classes throughout the day, though some have additional charges up to $20. Readers will be offering psychic consultations, tarot spreads – to which a guest can ask a specific question, or simply receive an overview of the future – and mediums will be available to channel past lives or loved ones who may have departed the physical realm. Additionally, there will be 35 vendors providing energy healings, metaphysical items, handcrafted goods from local artisans, and authors’ wares.

Ernst adds that this is Erie’s largest psychic fair. “As a whole,” she says, “we hope that our guests will walk away with the confirmation that life does not end here and that our life paths are all meaningful.” Attendees will also have the opportunity to see a bellydance performance and participate in a mini lesson, learn about Reiki and other forms of energy healing, and join a gallery reading at 11 a.m., where mediums address a group and give messages to the a select few with whom they find common spiritual ground. – Miriam Lamey

10 a.m. // Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center, 7794 Peach St. // $5 // heartandsoultarot.com

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