If you have unanswered questions and are looking for some guidance in your life then a visit to the Psychic Fair could be for you.
For those who are already followers of the metaphysical, then don’t miss out on this event next Saturday when the Psychic Fair takes place in Yass.
The day promises to be packed full of interesting and fascinating readers, mediums and alternative healing tips.
This is the second year the fair has taken place in Yass and organisers are expecting another bumper turnout of more than 150 people.
This is a great opportunity for interested parties to find out more about alternative spirituality, such as Wicca, new age and other spiritual paths.
There will be a range of alternative and complementary therapy and healing modalities for people to learn about and to try out.
There is a Theta Healing session with June Kruska at 11.15am and a mediumship demonstration with three mediums at 12 noon.
These mediums are Janet Adams, Jenny Martin and Anne Meredith.
The mediumship session is followed by a session on using herbs for healing with Andrew Yeo from Teapot Teas and he will be selling his herbal blends and offering sample tastings.
Stall holders include co-organiser Natasha Deviale from Tribe of the Fae Folk who is a faerie and fantasy artist. Also appearing at the fair will be Janet and Rachel from TwoJays Emporium who are known for making sorays candles and other scented products for ceremonies and healing.
June Kruska will be offering one-on-one Theta Healing sessions. The Crystal Chalice stall will be offering books, Tarot, oracles and other Oagan and Goddess oriented products.
Jann Morgan from Lumenosity will bring her aura camera and will show you what can learn from your aura.
Karina and Mike Raphael from Karmic Star will showcase their stunning silverwork hand-made jewellery.
Twisted by Mish has more great jewellery and there are essential oils from Australian Essences and Doterra.
In the reading room there will be a range of mediums through to Tarot and oracle readers. All of these readers are highly experienced readers and all have their own following and are known for their quality readings.
The fair is at the Soldiers Memorial Hall from 10am-5pm.
Entry is $5 for the entire day and you will be able to access all the mediums, healers and unique and interesting quality stalls at the fair. There is a raffle to support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation at the door.
Organisers said last year's event was such a great success they are looking forward to another record crowd attending in 2017.