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Manifest Your Destiny Expo to be held October 15-16

This October 15th and 16th, Manifest Your Destiny is hosting a Holistic and Healing Expo at Kimberton Fire Company, 61 Firehouse Lane, Phoenixville, PA.
On October 15th and 16th in Kimberton, PA our planning team is hosting a Holistic Fair that we would like for you to be a part of. The theme of our event is “Manifest Your Destiny” and it is our mission to bring like minded community together and also introduce Holistic and Metaphysical products and practices to the general public. Because our panel consists of practitioners and healers, we understand the importance of creating a relaxed environment that provides unique opportunities for all participants to manifest their destiny by receiving the highest level of care for Mind Body and Spirit.

We are focusing on raising the vibration in our community so that we As a community are empowered to live our life purpose. This event will be huge and advertising has already begun. We have magazine advertisements, a facebook page, a website and more. As healing practitioners and Metaphysical teachers we understand that our thoughts create the reality we live. Let us put our positive thoughts together and make this October event an unforgettable one. This event is the first of a series designed to change lives and transform our world. We would love for you to be a part of this event and we look forward to hearing from you.

For more information, visit their website at manifestyourdestiny.us.

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