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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Sometimes I Think I’m Psychic

Did you ever have a psychic experience in your life? Sometimes I think I am psychic and sometimes I don’t. It’s like it comes and goes… or is it really that I am not “listening” to my intuition. Hmmm.

Once, when I was probably only 8 or 10 years old, I had a psychic experience. I think the right term for it is a premonition. I was being watched by my grandparents while my mother was in the hospital giving birth to one of my younger siblings. We had just been picked up from school. It was a sunny afternoon. I remember being in the living room sitting on their carpet, probably doing homework (although, more likely, we were playing checkers).

Then I remember looking at their old corded phone and saying to my Grandmother: “Have you ever just picked up the phone and someone was on the other line… when the phone did not ring?” So, I picked up the receiver (which, I feel the need to clarify this – a phone in the 1970’s  automatically had a dial tone once it was picked up off of the base) and my Dad was on the other line, “Hello. Hello.” The phone never rang and someone WAS there. Wait. Didn’t I just say that!? It really threw me for a loop. Flabbergasted, I handed the phone to my Grandmother. Did that really just happen? I said it and then it happened.

With the new phones now, I never had the automatic pick up with a person there again. Well, unless you count the few times when the phone is ringing and I knew who it was before I saw the caller id. (Or that one time I was thinking of an old friend and then a minute later she called.) Now, I sometimes try to guess who is calling before I check. Just for fun.

I think about this pre-knowing/premonition occurrence the most when I am driving along, minding my own business and suddenly, I feel as though I need to slow down or to be more cautious. Immediately a thought that there may be a deer on the road or a cop car watching for speeding motorists is ahead. Then, there usually is… a deer or a cop… whichever I was just thinking about. I have an 80 percent probability of being right. I have woken up from nap during a long drive just to say to my husband, “slow down” only to see a cop on the side of the road not long afterwards. It is pretty convenient, I have to say.

Have you ever had a psychic experience? I’ll bet you have. We all are born with psychic abilities. Trust your intuition, you will surprise yourself.

Premonition vs. the Law of Attraction

Here’s a quandary. So, if you have premonition (a pre-knowing) of something, and then it happens – are you getting the information beforehand or are you using the law of attraction with the total lack of doubt so fully that it does, in fact, happen? I often wonder this. How do you know? How can you tell? Am I psychic or am I believing so much in the “something that just popped into my head” that I cause it to happen?

Can we ever find this out? I don’t really know. I don’t know if I will really get a good parking space or not, but I always seem to get one since I have been studying and practicing the law of attraction. I don’t necessarily have any positive premonition of a good parking spot. But there one is, waiting for me. If I had to put a percentage on this, it would be about 98 percent now. I expect it to happen.

It is like the old math problem: If A = B and B = C, then A has to = C. Let A be a premonition and B is use of the law of attraction. C will happen. It doesn’t really matter how it happens, it just does. The information is coming sometimes because I think about it on purpose and sometimes because the information just pops into my head.

And sometimes, you still have to do the math (the work) to get the answer (what you want). Either way… it boils down to “thoughts become things.”

What are your thoughts today?

It is My Turn to Try Telepathy

As I write this, I realized that I must have visited our local library a lot during high school. It was conveniently located right next door to school. I found a book that included information on how to do telepathy. Well, I had to know more since I read about it in Pebble in the Sky. (Remember, there is no instant information from the internet to be seen or heard of yet.)

After studying the book, I forced my younger siblings to participate in telepathy drawing experiments. I wanted to see if they could draw what I had drawn whilst they were in another room. We took turns like any good siblings would. I would try and draw what they had drawn without looking or talking to them too.

When the one who was drawing via telepathy was done, they called “Time!” And, we would run to see and compare our drawings. Mostly we were way off, but amazingly, we got a few incredibly close. The one picture I remember matching was of a large flower. Excitedly, we ran down to tell everyone. They did not really grasp the importance of this breakthrough (or maybe it was disbelief). But, that did not quell us from doing more experiments. I am sure my parents were glad we were playing nice and keeping out of trouble. It was hard to keep six kids quiet and happy.

Isaac Asimov and telepathy

I am back at our local library again visiting. I think I am there to look up information for some high school project.

(Back in the 1980’s, computers were very new. And, believe it or not, the internet was unheard of then. How we managed, I will never know. I could go on, but I will share one tidbit to give you some perspective – as a senior in high school, my physics class once waited 45 minutes for the computers to merely start up. Happily, this was just in time for the bell to ring. We all had to leave to go to our next class and rarely got the opportunity again.)

Perusing the shelves of the library, I found the paperback book Pebble in the Sky by Isaac Asimov. That looked like more fun than schoolwork.

It was a great book. Real science meshed into an interesting science fiction book by a real scientist. I think I may have read it twice before I had to return it to the library. With one wrong step on the sidewalk, a man travels through time into the future. Towards the end of the book, he becomes very telepathic. So much so, that he could control someone else’s speech, if I remember correctly. It was so interesting to me. Can you really do that? Maybe the unused part of our brain is used for telepathy? I don’t know. I had to find out.