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3rd Annual Manifest Your Destiny Expo Expanding into New Realms

The Manifest Your Destiny Expo returns to Kimberton, PA for its third year with more demos, speakers, vendors AND a Meet & Greet party for spiritually minded singles.

The 3rd Annual Manifest Your Destiny Expo will take place on October 12 & 13, 2013 in Kimberton, PA. Manifest Your Destiny is multicultural in nature and our main goals are to raise consciousness, create awareness about healthy lifestyles, to build community and to give back to charities in need.

Speakers at this year’s event include: Jeff Carreira - Transformation Educator & Contemporary Spiritual Teacher; Rob Scott- Fundamental Life Shift Coach; Doreen Carrie - Creator of Social Magnetizing; Annmarie Butera - Culinary Wellness Chef; John Amoroso - Ph.D., Educator, Artist, Transpersonal Psychotherapist & Author of "Awakening Past Lives" and Charlene Briggs - Registered Bach Flower Essence Practitioner.

Musical performances will be provided by: Spirit Wing, Bhakti Boys/Kirtan Music, Sharon Sable, Japanese Drummers, Dave Antonio, Obi Kaye and special guests TELESMA - Psychedelic Rock, World Music & Trance.

Workshops presented throughout the 2 day festival will include: Psychic Comedians, Breath of Consciousness, Laughter Yoga, Poetry Readings, Kundalini Yoga/Gong Meditation, Trance Dance and many more.

On Saturday night from 7 p.m., there will be a Meet & Greet party complete with music, art, food and dancing for spiritually minded singles to socialize in a safe environment.

Proceeds from Manifest Your Destiny will go toward 3 charities: Stop CAID (Childhood Auto-Inflammatory Disease), Chester County Food Bank, and Smile Train.

Manifest Your Destiny Expo will be Saturday, October 12th from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 13th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Kimberton Fire Hall, 752 Pikes Spring Road, Phoenixville, PA. Admission is $8 a day or $12 for both days. Admission to the Meet & Greet is $15.

For more information or tickets, go to www.ManifestYourDestinyToday.com.

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