My talk at the Eurobodalla Health & Psychic expo was just by chance - I contacted to see if I could have my books for sale there and when I took them into the Moruya Golf Club on Saturday morning I was offered a spot on the (already full) program to talk about my Ethics of a Psychic Reading book, and then for Sunday too. I was put last on list of talks and then first today - which luckily for me also meant that if I was triggered by sounds I wouldn't be disrupting the schedule for others. I'm quite restricted because of a medical reaction to sound and have to always weigh up 'can I cope with the situation/event', 'am I prepared for, and is it worth, a decline in health for an indeterminate period of time'?
I haven't been doing readings at fairs or expos for years as I'm not well enough to cope with sounds, and it is too risky to commit in an unfamiliar space. Fortunately this weekend, there were no singing bowls, drums, chimes, or music to trigger a medical reaction.
Thank you to Nina and the Eurobodalla Health & Psychic Expo at Moruya for the opportunity to participate, and promote Ethics of a Psychic Reading.
Sunday turned into an amazing discussion with Anne-Veronica from Rainbow Light Reflections facilitating (in lieu of her talk – thank you for including me) and members of the audience asking questions, explaining their experiences, wanting to know more about how to understand more in the world of spirit when everything is either new or doesn’t make sense. The joy of learning and sharing.
I'll post my full talk shortly.