Beth Haynes has organised a psychic expo at Kingscliff on June 18 and 19.
Beth Haynes has organised a psychic expo at Kingscliff on June 18 and 19. SCOTT POWICK

Your destiny revealed at Kingscliff psychic expo

MAGICAL automatic writing channelling your inner, highest need is the highlight of an upcoming psychic expo at Kingscliff this weekend.

Our Beating Heart promises spiritual awakening over two days at Babalou Restaurant, upstairs from the Kingscliff Beach Hotel.

A bevy of spiritual experts, exhibitors in products, mediumship, reiki healing, tarot card reading, palm reading and intuitive art have been lined up to exhibit at the event, organised for the first time by Beth Haynes.

“We have an amazing gathering of gifted dedicated readers, healers, and intuitive artists, nationally and internationally acclaimed,” she said.

Ms Haynes said Kingscliff was chosen because it was “a portal of opening” and had “an energetic footprint ready to be opened up”.

“Kingscliff is an epicentre for healing, and that’s done on geometric fact,” Ms Haynes said.

“It’s on the edge of Byron Bay and is a transient place, with spiritual animals going past, such as dolphins and whales.

“It’s in a transitional moment at the present, it’s not just a sleepy village, it’s a place of renewal.

“(The event) is just an extension of the vibration that’s already there.”

Among several exhibitors is She D’Montford- a psychic of more than 30 years, awarded Queensland Business Woman of the Year in 2012 and who featured in the TV programme The One.

Ms Haynes said intuitive artist Barb Meynell will share the magic of planchette, where patrons join in the “magic” of automatic writing.

“You do your writing automatically through a guided meditation and then you get an interpretation of what you have written or drawn, and your highest need at that point in time,” Ms Haynes said.

As for herself, Ms Haynes said she discovered her psychic abilities when she was eight, and some 50 years later is still reading. She said automatic writing had helped her to clarify her own relationships in the past.

Ms Haynes plans for Our Beating Heart to be an annual event at Kingscliff.

DETAILS:

WHAT: Our Beating Heart Kingscliff, psychic fair

WHERE: Babalou Restaurant, Marine Pde, Kingscliff

WHEN: June 18 - 19, from 10am to 4pm.

COST: Entry $5 entry, with children free or a gold coin donation Heavenly Help for You, for underprivileged and disabled children.



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