Last weekend a close community hall held a Wellness and Spiritual Fair which Mum and I decided to head down to.
I've always been fascinated with the idea of 'psychics' and Mum has been to a few which are apparently spot on, so I chose one (who seemed to be the fairly priced and didn't have much of a waiting time).
The particular lady I saw used Intuition Cards along with Angel Cards.
Armed with Mum's sage advice - 'don't tell her anything, let her do the 'seeing'' I sat down and shuffled, shuffled, shuffled. The clairvoyant laid my cards out for me.
Everything that she said could be relayed back to what I want to do with my life - I was quite happy that she came out with 'are you looking at moving out of home? Quite far away? It looks like it's going to happen, but it may be put on hold for a bit.' Sorry Mum, looks like I will be moving back to England!
After the cards were read, you get an opportunity to ask the angels a particular question. I asked if I would ever get married and have babies? (Because at 25 I'm clearly on the shelf)... and the Yes card came up! *Disclaimer - I'm currently missing the key ingredient of the baby making recipe, but Mum was happy to know that she would (eventually) get some grand-kids to look after out of me!
While I was watching my future unfold, Mum was experiencing Reiki.
Reiki is the healing technique where the healer 'channels' energy into the patient through touch, which activates the natural healing processes of the body restoring both physical and emotional well-being. It looked pretty relaxing.
The Fair also had a few stalls of natural remedies, as well as other types of healing therapies.
|Bee Natural - a range of products made from organic honey|
|A collection of spritzes to help with physical and emotional well-being|
It was a good day to learn a bit about the more spiritual side of healing and all the stall owners and the event runners were absolutely lovely and I am enjoying my new products.
> The next event held at the John McVeity Centre is this Saturday, 28th November which is a Xmas Market.