Come one. Come all! Heal Yourself. Heal the World! That's the theme of the third annual healing fair, a fundraising event, presented by Pagan Pride LA this Sunday, May 20, 2012 held from 11am to 5pm at The Green Man Store in North Hollywood, CA.
Come support this fundraising event for Pagan Pride Day 2012. While you're there, experience spiritual, physical and intellectual rejuvenation while you meet and greet friends, old and new, coming to have fun and win prizes, too! On hand will be tarot card readers, Reiki and massage healers and interesting talks to stimulate the gray matter under your thinking cap.
Workshops include Hallowed Healer: Un-Wounded, Un-Wound, and Un-Bound with Ren Zatopek, followed by a live didgeridoo meditation dedicated to taking a journey with the Goddess Isis, calling on Her to bless your physical body and raise your vibration toward greater well being. Julie James is up next giving a talk on the basics of plant medicine, followed by yours truly, the writer of this column, discussing Goddess Ecology for a Sustainable Future. Have you thought about what Goddess ecology means? It stands in stark contrast to male dominated patriarchal religions with beliefs in entitlement to rule over women and Mother Nature.
Come out and support your community because Pagan Pride LA supports you! Pagan Pride Day, held each Fall, is not totally self supporting so they depend on the community to help raise much needed money to pay for permits and expenses for this annual event everyone so looks forward to. So, this Sunday, come early, plan to spend the day. Bring your family friends and meet some new people in your community. Maybe win a raffle prize!
Location: The Green Man Store, 5712 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, just north of Burbank Boulevard. There is a $5.00 requested donation but no one will be turned away for lack of funds and all the workshops are free. Vendors, readers and healers charge fees for their services. For more information on the work of Pagan Pride LA you can go to www.paganpridela.org