EarthShine celebrates all glowing spirits by inviting you to come out and play with your intuition, have some fun and shine a beacon for global upliftment. Photo submitted

EarthShine celebrates all glowing spirits with wellness fair

An opportunity to sample complementary and alternative spiritual healers

The Comox Valley bi-annual EarthShine Spirit Fair is arising Nov. 8 to 10.

EarthShine celebrates all glowing spirits by inviting you to come out and play with your intuition, have some fun and shine a beacon for global upliftment.

Earthshine is a phenomenon that lights up the dark side of the moon by the sun’s reflection off the earth’s atmosphere. EarthShine Spirit and Wellness Fair enhances that same soulful glow and reflects your unique luminescence – your inner shine is celebrated.

Kicking off Nov. 8 with Helen Utsal’s Fine Art Opening 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and interpretative dance by Moving Stories Ensemble at 7 p.m.

At 8 to 10:30 p.m., zone into Dance Temple with Dj’s Shamantrix and Vibes Up – an alcohol-free space to deep dive into world trance and uplifting beats (dance tickets at the door – sliding scale).

The Free Spirit Fair is set for Nov. 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4p.m., at the K’omox band hall at 3320 Comox Ave., by the Ihos Gallery.

This is an opportunity to sample complementary and alternative spiritual healers and learn about a variety of holistic healing available on Vancouver Island. From psychics, palm reading and mediumship, to certified practitioners offering trager therapy, theta healing and medical intuition – and a variety of vendors with crystals and gemstones, quality jewelry, health products, nourishing food, giveaways and more.

Spiritual health is vital to our well-being. In a time of change and upheaval, to nurture our spiritual side is equal to drinking water and exercise. For more information, to volunteer or host a booth, email lightevents1@gmail.com or visit our website: www.earthshineevents.com

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