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November 11: Transmission of Light with Christine Day
Christine Day, the worldwide instructor of healing techniques and spiritual awakening, will be conduct a Transmission of Light a 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, at Unity Church – Unitarian at Portland Avenue and Grotto Street North in St. Paul. Admission is $25. Children, who easily receive this energy healing, are admitted free.

In a transmission, Christine channels information and healing energy in a gently guided process, which serves to awaken your “Inner Light.” Using her pure voice through words and sound tones, she is able to transmit energy information to each person that touches and speaks to the heart.  This method cuts through the limitations of the analytical mind and allows a great opportunity for physical healing and spiritual awakening. Sound tones used during a transmission assist in shaking loose old belief patterns, as well as the physical patterns of tightness and constriction we each hold within the muscles and cells of our bodies. When we can open our cells, open our heart and relax into the moment, we create an opportunity for deep personal healing.

For more information or to order tickets, phone 651.452.2895 or go to Also visit for more about Christine Day and Frequencies of Brilliance.

November 14-16: Edge Life Expo
If you’ve ever wondered why you always have a hard time making ends meet, consistently have health problems or just can’t seem to find that special someone, Edge Life Expo may not only tell you why you have these issues but may also offer solutions so you can live a better, happier life. Edge Life Expo returns to downtown Minneapolis on from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, for the first year at The Hyatt Regency, 1300 Nicollet Mall.

“Our audience has become very diverse,” says Gary Beckman, expo owner. “When I first started the expo nine years ago, we attracted mostly women who were serious ‘holistic’ type individuals. We still do. However, now the demographics include people of all types, from business professionals who want to gain that extra edge to people who are trying to get a handle on their financial, physical, spiritual life.”

The expo features 150 exhibitors – medical intuitives, integrative healing practitioners, books and products to support holistic life – as well as intuitive readers and highly acclaimed international, national and locally recognized authors and lectures – including Kathryn Harwig, Dolores Cannon, Kathryn and Dannion Brinkley, Gary Dallek and Dr. Carolle Jean Murat – who will speak each day for a nominal fee. It also includes continuous free workshops by teachers of a variety of approaches. Admission is $9 at the door. Buy tickets online at or call 1.888.776.5244.

This year’s post-expo event – “Is it my Hormones or Something Else: Understanding what is Happening to My Mind, Body and Soul, and What to do about It” – will be presented from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, by medical intuitive Carolle Jean-Murat, M.D., and Gary Dallek, a local Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Advanced Thought Field Therapist. This post-expo event, also at The Hyatt Regency, is designed specifically for women. It will focus on real-life solutions to emotional and physical symptoms creating havoc in women’s lives. Learn new ways to deal with anger, weight gain, anxiety, depression, fatigue, hot flashes, irregular bleeding, memory problems, sexual problems, cravings, sleep disturbances and other conditions. Dr. Carolle’s lifetime of wisdom helps open the path to healing your mind, body and soul. Dallek, a 28-year veteran of providing healing therapies, shares useful, proven tools to help you experience new, healthy responses to facilitate your daily well-being, and guide you toward better physical, mental and emotional balance.

New spiritual discussion group: Advaita Vedanta Group
A new group focused on the teachings of Nisargadatta Maharaj began in the Twin Cities in October. The public is invited to join this small group that will meet weekly through November 30 at Saint Albans St. S., #3, in St. Paul. Nisargadatta’s book, I Am That, is being used as the primary focus of discussion.

Participants will talk about the basic principles of Advaita Vedanta, the philosophy of non-duality, which underlies the teachings of Nisargadatta, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Yogananda, Ramana Maharishi, and many, many other enlightened teachers, living and dead. This philosophy is also called Jnana Yoga, or the yoga of the intellect. Like all yogas, its sole purpose is to yoke the small self to the big Self, the individual to the divine.

The group’s format is simple. Participants start in silence, each doing his or her own meditative technique. Then, the group discusses a simple point of non-duality from I Am That. This is not a therapy or support group. It doesn’t involve problem-solving or giving advice. Participants needn’t know anything about non-duality, nor have any particular spiritual practice. The group will be simple, natural, quiet, and profound. It is said that the key to life is to remember what must be remembered. The group will help us remember.

For more information, email [email protected] or call 651.230.7147.

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