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Experience the Light of Hope, Healing and Health

Radiant Light Holistic Healing and Teaching Center invites people of like mind and heart to their Holistic Healing and Metaphysical Expo from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Inn at Reading in Wyomissing PA.

Celebrating eleven years of loving and education, the expo includes over 60 exhibitors offering services such chiropractic care, handmade jewelry, aura photos, stones, crystals, aromatherapy, natural soaps and lotions, books, medium readings, hypnosis and reflexology. Basic Earth Essentials will offer handcrafted 100 percent natural self-care products using essential oils. Spickerman’ s Intuitive Threads will feature fashionable clothing and accessories infused with energy, hand-dyed silk scarves and tapestries, bags, purses, and artisan bead jewelry.

Free lectures will be held on both days with schedule available online. Keynote speakers include Alan Krasner reciting from his book of poetry relating to a spiritual path and meditations, Michael Wann from Susquehanna Alchemy discusses what happens when we merge and channel the Divine Sacred Feminine and Masculine energies to assist others, and Corbie Mitleid teaches ways to understand that happiness is a choice. A free Spirit Gallery will be held at 2 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.

Admission is $7 per day. The Inn at Reading is located at 1040 North Park Road, Wyomissing, PA. For more information contact Sylvia Seward at 484-706-9844 or visit RadiantLightCenter.com.

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