CANTON -- The Sixth Annual Mystical Journey Holistic and Psychic Faire will be presented at the Best Western University Inn Nov. 1-3 and will include psychics, mediums, vendors, and more.
The three-day event runs from 4 to 8 p.m. Nov. 1, 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 2, and 10:30-6 p.m. Nov. 3. A new lineup of free lectures will be at noon on Saturday.
The event will present psychics and mediums such as Wanda Winters, Sarina, Barbara Bennett, Kimberly Ward, Kris Faso seer/medium/stone reader, Dennis Cole, transpersonal astrologer, and Sally Gewinner who is an animal communicator. Animals do not need to be present for her readings.
There will be several vendors, including Treasure Island Energy Charged Jewelry, Salt Lamps and Unique Gifts, Handmaidens Garden, soaps, lotions and more. Western Vision will sell stones, geodes, jewelry and assorted rocks and crystals, Brenda Eggleston will be available with her Aura Photography explaining the colors for each individual's aura photo.
The “PISTOLS” will be available to listen to ghost stories or sign up for an investigation of your haunted house. Bring pictures to share with your story.
Rayne Storm will be on hand with a book signing on her new release and tarot game.
Sam Falvo, state director for MUFON will talk about UFO’s
Kathy Stofle, Reiki and Bio Genesis Master will be offering sessions. Renee DeSocio certified colon hygienist to answer your questions and also to do foot baths for detoxification, and Energy Repair Sessions. Elizabeth Mosher is a labyrinth trained facilitator, Reiki and Karuna master teacher. She will demonstrate Labyrinth meditation techniques and Reiki Chakra balancing along with Aurora and Madison both Reiki and Chakra practitioners.
A labyrinth table will be set up for everyone to use with information on how to draw your own labyrinth.
The event has a special all weekend fee of $9 or $6 per day. There is also a discount rate for students. Part of the proceeds this year from admission benefits CNY Food Bank. For information or updates visit www.therealmshift.com/events.html or call 686-2640.