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Sprits Has Landed

Sprits Has Landed

Immediate Release – 9 September 2014

Mediumship is a curious business. You see them on TV, heard them on radio, read about them and you may question what they do. Do they predict futures? Do they read minds? Do they speak to dead people? Do they play with tarot cards, have crystal balls, and look gypsy like? Do they use witchcrafts?

Brigid Curran, an experienced clairvoyant medium from Making a Change, has been helping many people to facilitate change and finding that path. Together with Ann Rynbeck, Elayne Edwards, Louise Cameron, Nicole Oliver and others, will demonstrate what psychic mediumship is about, in front of you.

“Mediumship is an act of channelling and Divine Light and Information from the world around you, and it is an act of receiving and giving, a gift that is made of Love, Compassion, and Divine Light,” says Curran. “Remember the time when you said to yourself, ‘I wish I listened to my gut feeling.’?”

Spirit Has Landed, an evening where spirit will connect and deliver their messages with humour, love, empowerment from your loved ones, to empower and delight you. Proudly supported by the Pacific Institute of Performing Arts, all profits from this event will be going to StarJam, an organisation that gives young people with disabilities the chance to experience the buzz and thrill of performing and coming together through the common love of music and dance.

Event: The Spirit Has Landed
Date: Thursday 20 November 2014
Time: 7.30pm onwards
Address: Pacific Institute of Performing Arts, 48 Rosedale Road, Avondale Auckland
Price: $25

For more information, visit makingachange.co.nz.

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