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Manifest Your Destiny Expo to be held this Weekend

How do you live? How do you take care of your body? Do you love to explore different ideas and cultures? How exciting is your spiritual life? Your practice? Do you dance and love music? Do you love healthy, yummy food?

There is an empowering event coming to Kimberton , Pennsylvania that will open the doors to love, light, and exploration. With live music, healers, amazing food vendors and ongoing opportunities to participate in experiential workshops and hear some of the areas most interesting and forward thinking leaders talk about what’s going on in the worlds of energy, health, spirituality, and even the paranormal.

Throughout the two days, there will be over 50 vendors and artisans including jewelry, hooping Yoga, drumming, services, gems and other products to enrich your journey. See: Eagle Skyfire, Crystal Forests, Healing Your Way, Lisa Montgomery, Kimberly Uhl, Barbara Richter, Debbie Quinn, Anna Swora Astrology, Dr. John Amoroso, H.Antoinette Janiec - ShesMyChiropractor.com, Cherie Lyons - Akashick Records, Isabelle Moll Metaphysical, Universal Ministries, Jean Animal Communicator, Britgit Leuders Iridology , Gerrie Chakramama Energy Work and Fare Trade Jewelry, Vishala Holistic Healing Spa ,A light Touch and more.

Come on out to the Kimberton Fire Hall and take a deeper look into your life, come together with people of different beliefs, and share in the experience of honoring all our neighbors and how each one pulls in Spirit. Meet like-hearted souls from all walks of life.

Bring a drum and join in the circle to open the event Saturday October 13th at 10:00 am and/or Native American Prayer Circle Oct 14th, 8:30-930am lead by Thunder and Eagle Skyfire. Enjoy the Medium Psychic Gallery Oct 13, 5-6:30 pm and receive messages from beyond from Mike Kilgore, Serefice , Lydia Spencer and Cinnamon Mancini. Find out who’s trying to contact you and what they want to say to you. Please register early a donation is needed for the Gallery.

Attend any time Saturday, October 13 (11:00-7:00) and Sunday, October 14 (11:00-6:00).
61 Firehouse Lane, Phoenixville , PA 19460 (GPS address for the Kimberton Fire Hall is 752 Pike Springs Rd. , Phoenixville , PA 19460 ).

$8.00 entry for both days if tickets are purchased on line: Manifestyourdestinytoday.com Regular Admission is $6.00 per day. A portion of the proceeds will go towards haunting for Hunger a non profit food bank. We must all do our part to help nourish and assist in times of need

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