Mind, Body, Spirit Wellness Fair in Bow, NH July 7, 2018

 

BOW, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Ask questions to a psychic. Learn about past life regression. See how a pendulum works. Feel the energy of crystals. All this and more can be found at the Bow Mind, Body, Spirit Wellness Fair on Saturday, July 7, 2018 from 10am until 4pm at the Bow Community Center, 3 Bow Center Road in Bow, New Hampshire. Admission to the fair is free and open to all ages. It is encouraged for families to attend together and explore the offerings. Hourly empowerment and mindfulness workshops are free of charge, and sessions will be available for paid services such as energy healings and intuitive readings. Handmade items and healing jewelry will also be for sale.

Alethea Kehas, owner of Inner Truth Healing and Yoga, said, “We are very excited about bringing a Mind, Body Spirit Wellness Fair to Bow. We look forward to meeting many individuals and families with inquiring minds visit the fair and experience the many classes and services offered.”

The Bow Mind, Body, Spirit Wellness Fair brings the services and skills of many local healers and psychic intuitive readers. This Fair is being hosted by local businesswoman, Alethea Kehas, owner of Inner Truth Healing & Yoga located in Bow and Karen Kubicko, author, psychic intuitive and past life regressionist.

 

Bow, NH Mind, Body & Spirit Wellness Fair
Bow Community Center
3 Bow Center Road
Bow, NH 03304

July 7, 2018
10am-4pm

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Love All Creatures Great and Small on Land and in the Waters ~ Messages From the Mural

Love all creatures great and small on land and in the waters. I really believe that.

The animals of the world are (for the most part) meant to remind us of unconditional love—especially domesticated animals. Unique and beautiful animals are  awesome to watch and admire. There are so many species in the world. Some are microscopic, some are larger than a building. There is such diversity, making our world special.

(I love them all except for spiders … I am known to squish them. The basis of my fear of spiders stems from my past life as Howard.)

This “fish” bowl is one section of the wall from the Science Fun mural.

I had a dream about this idea and could not wait to add it to the wall. I think it is funny—the irony of the large ocean dwellers in a small fish bowl. These ocean fish are obviously not to scale, making it more fun.

The Portuguese Man-O-War jelly fish was chosen by one student and the rendition of Patrick (of Sponge Bob fame) as a sea star was at the insistence of another student. Their input made the project fun!

It took me several weeks to draw and paint this fish bowl. It is one of my favorite sections of the mural.

Love all creatures great and small on land and in the waters ~ painted by Karen Kubicko

For more on the mural:

Random Acts of Kindness … Messages From the Mural

I Love You … Messages From the Mural