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Crossroads Expo preps to awaken the mind, body, and more in Dawson Creek

When you get that feeling - time for some spiritual healing.
This weekend.

It is time to re-awaken the mind, body, and consciousness this month at the Crossroads.

The Happy on Main Metaphysical Centre’s Crossroads Expo is gearing up for a second year of spiritual healing with more than 30 registered vendors, including a trio of presenters.

Jenn Webber, Janelle Husch and June Palmer will be bringing all kinds of information and spiritual direction to the Exposition. 

Webber is all about belief coding. 

“It is basically helping the subconscious achieve and overcoming trapped emotions,” says Webber with Creative Wellness, adding it’s about overcoming limiting beliefs. 

“Many times, previous times in our lives we have been shut down – have affected us and now we deny because we have a mental block and have trapped this emotion,” she says. 

“These we carry with us forever until we learn to release them.”

Janelle Husch with ‘Intentions’ will be bringing a bit of everything to the Crossroads ’23. 

“Entomology is a real showcase of expressions of nature. It’s not cookie cutter stuff, but one-of-a kind pieces,” she says. 

Husch says the first Expo brought a lot of positive vibes.

“There was some great vibes off year one – with all walks of life. It was a fun celebration and I’m looking forward to this year.

June Palmer with Mikwan Energy Works will be bringing intuitive crystals to the Crossroads.

“The Expo is unique ability to provide healing connection. It is a great opportunity.”

 Palmer will be conducting a demonstration on mindfulness and bringing some sound alchemy with some singing crystal bowls. 

The weekend is also a fundraiser for Palmer and family – who recently lost her home to wildfires. A collection will be taken at the door.

The Crossroads Expo goes at the George Dawson Inn May 27 and 28 – kicking off at 10am each morning, hosted by the Happy on Main Metaphysical Centre.

"First 25 people through the doors Saturday and Sunday receive a bonus Keepsake Swag Bag,” says Claudette Huber with Happy on Main.

For more information, check out the advertisement in this week's edition of the Dawson Creek Mirror!

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