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Be guided to passion the Lightworkers way

Cathy McVeigh, coordinator of the Lightworkers Festival, is helping people find a way to live a better life.
Cathy McVeigh, coordinator of the Lightworkers Festival, is helping people find a way to live a better life. Cade Mooney

CATHY McVeigh has a beautiful soul.

With the sole purpose of helping the earth, Ms McVeigh followed the advice of her spirit guide and organised the Lightworkers Festival.

"What our group is all about is helping people to overcome fears, let go of past stuff and move on to find who they truly are," Ms McVeigh said.

"A lot of change has happened in our atmosphere and many people find being in society is very stressful.

"What we are hoping to achieve is getting people out of their robotic ways to come into that heart space and find what their passion is, that's what we mean by becoming who we really are."

The Lightworkers Festival will he held at the Montville Village Hall on Saturday, December 22.

The event will cater to every spiritual need, be it healing, channelled readings, mediums or tarot and angel card readers.

A smorgasbord of vibrant stalls will have beautiful crystals, room diffusers, jewellery, art and crystal light essences on offer.

Ms McVeigh held a Lightworkers Festival earlier this year and praised the support she received from her team.

"These people are amazing and beautiful who are offering their time to support me in this cause as this is my intention," she said.

For those who are after a bit more action, you can stretch your limits and join in on a group Qi Gong, Tai Chi or Yoga class.

"This festival is for anybody who needs help or is seeking a new way of thinking," Ms McVeigh said.

"The people that were there last month walked out and were vibrant."

 

PEACE AND LOVE

WHAT: Lightworkers Festival - to raise consciousness and help mother earth

WHEN: Saturday, December 22 from 10am-4pm

WHERE: Montville Village Hall

COST: Entry is free, $25 for one-on-one session and $5-$15 for group sessions


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