The Edge Life Holistic Expo weekend will overflow with opportunities to expand one’s knowledge about a wide-array of health, wellness and spirituality topics through exhibits, free workshops and expert seminars. Intuitive and psychic readings, energy balancing, mediums, specialty products, a bookstore, strolling musicians, Native American drumming, and more will fill the exhibit hall creating a relaxing atmosphere ideal for those in search of mental and physical wellness.
The expo takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis. Admission to expo hall (includes free workshops) is $7, or $5 each for groups of two or more. Tickets for speaker events, and weekend passes for all events, are additional. Advance discount tickets available at www.edgelife.net, or by contacting Gary Beckman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 763.427.7979.
Among the many keynote speakers are:
- “A Powerful Spiritual Workshop for Parents of Today’s Children” — Children of today are the most power beings on the planet. They are sensitive and creative powerful spirits. Teachers Sunny Dawn Johnston, Chanda Parkinson and Insiah Beckman will share information and tools needed to support the children of today. You will learn how to recognize clues that your child is struggling spiritually and what you can do to support their healthy development.
- John DeSalvo, Ph.D., presenting “Using Enochian Magic to Meditate & Open up to High Spiritual Realms” — Dr. DeSalvo has spent years studying and developing his simple technique, Enochian Meditation. This practice uses Enochian Calls that act as long mantras and produce an altered state of consciousness to open up dormant areas of your brain, which he believes will allow you to communicate with angels in higher heavenly realms. During the workshop, he will walk you through this technique and explain his research.
- Toni Parri will introduce her film Serotonin Rising free at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. She is the producer and director of the film, which explores the idea that humans are hard-wired to be unselfish, and unselfish acts ignite a primitive part of the human brain that usually responds to food, receiving money and other physical pleasures. A Q&A session will take place after the free screening, which is available to the first 350 attendees.
For more ticket or event information, contact Gary Beckman at email@example.com or call 763.427.7979.