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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Going Deep within the Earth

For the love of caving!

I went spelunking the other day for 3 hours (just not long enough!) In the Laural Caverns cave, we traveled 41 stories below ground level. Climbing and crawling, getting dirty and wet.

It had just rained the previous night, so a gentle stream guided our way down into the belly of the Earth. Sometimes you could hear the trickle of the stream, sometimes it was so quiet you forgot it was there.

I felt like someone from the movie, Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Okay, well … maybe not anywhere near the same as the movie. But, this is a close as I will probably ever get. I certainly would not mind Brendan Fraser coming along with me. Sigh. He is such a cutie.

There were a few small waterfalls. It is kind of hard to see… but here is one of them.

.Laural Caverns waterfall

What a fabulous time! I want to go again already!

There is no comparison to the feeling of being sooo deep within the Earth. It was like being one with the Earth.

Peaceful.

Serene.

Tranquil.

One guest on the tour was getting visibly nervous as we started our tour. In fact, she only got 15 minutes into the trip. She said she was claustrophobic. I wonder, where does that fear stem … from some deep hidden past life possibly? I have yet to meet someone who can pinpoint their claustrophobia to a point in their current life. I felt bad for her as she turned around to go back.

Quartz sand lined the floor of this particular cave. It was so soft and smooth. The guide said that the minerals found in the cave were quartz, limestone and calcium. There must have been iron in the dirt as well, since it was tinted red. When I came out of the cave, I was covered in the reddish dirt.

Quartz Sand in Hand

After an hour of hiking over large boulders (I would not have wanted to be there when they fell from the ceiling of the cave!), we shut off our lights for a about 10 minutes.

It was very dark.

The purpose was beyond seeing how dark it can be without the sun, it was to have us use our touch, feel, and other senses to climb around an immense boulder. Everyone was bumping into one another, but laughing, it was a good time. What a great idea from a great guide!

There were names etched with the heat of old lamps used to walk through this cave. Some dates were from well over 100 years ago. Kindred spirits who love a good adventure I am sure!

I just wish that he allowed some time to just “be” in the cave. We were always moving along. Next time…

Caving - what a fabulous time

Punxsutawney Phil Predicts an Early Spring

Close up of Punxsutawney Phil 2-2-2013

Close up of Punxsutawney Phil 2-2-2013

SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER… 

Groundhog Day 2013: ‘Punxsutawney Phil’ Predicts Early Spring! Ahhhh Spring, my favorite season. It is rare for Phil to predict an early spring. I will take it!

Gobblers Knob 2013

I finally was able to watch it all in person … or … I should say freeze and watch. It was a very pleasant and breezy 2°F up on Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Today, they celebrated Groundhog Day’s 127th year. They said we were one of their biggest crowds so far.

I thought of the radio announcers from the movie Groundhog Day when they repeatedly say, “It’s cold out therrrrre.”

My photo is a little dark since the sun was just coming up, but you can see Phil, the groundhog, clearly.

I have one more thing checked off my bucket list. Back to typing and adding more life between lives information to the book I am writing.

I Found Four Orbs in my Photo … Very Cool!

While browsing through my photos looking for the next perfect photo to include in a post, I noticed something rather intriguing about this one. There are a few orbs—one rainbow, one sort of like a sword and a few others. It almost looks like a person.

I took the photo of these cool orbs near the Kilauea Caldera on the island of Hawaii in the summer of 2012. I honestly would think it is nothing except that the orbs all look so different.

Any opinions on this photo are welcome. Thank you.

Cool orbs near the Kilauea Caldera on the island of Hawaii

Here are some photos I took just before and just after taking this same photo:

Near the Kilauea Caldera on the island of Hawaii

Near the Kilauea Caldera on the island of Hawaii (2)