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Empowered Light Holistic Expo Comes to Philadelphia


The Empowered Light Holistic Expo—a weekend of activities, products, services, lectures and classes promoting healthier lifestyles and spiritual development—is coming to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center September 6 to 8.

Visitors can try mini-sessions in meditation, sound healing and reiki; receive an intuitive or psychic reading; browse vendor booths; talk with a life coach or published author; listen to presentations by experts in health or spiritual development; and register for hourly raffles.

Featured speakers are Jason Quitt, Author and Speaker on Ancient Mysteries, and Int’l Speaker on Exopolitics and Metaphysics, Laura Eisenhower, as well as John Desouza, former FBI special agent and collector of the real-life “X-Files,” and psychic Brad Johnson, the personal channel of the multidimensional consciousness known as Adronis. Desouza, now a leading writer and researcher on the paranormal, will present Para Investigators & the Globalist Terror (Sept 7) and Hacking the Matrix (Sept 8). Johnson will present Channeling Adronis: The Golden Age (Sept 6) and Spirit Ambassador Workshop (Sept 7 & 8). Eisenhower will present “Into the Unified Field” (Sept 7 & 8). Quitt will present “Multidimensional Journeys, Altered States & the Unseen Worlds” (Sept 7) and “Rebuilding the Energetic Matrix” (Sept 8).  Seven presentations will be available via live-stream.

Before founding the Expo, Sue Greenwald operated a wellness center offering yoga, dance, healing energy treatments, massage and spiritual and self-development classes.

“The Empowered Light Holistic Expo started as a persistent idea,” she says. “I decided to pursue it, starting with the contacts I had from my wellness center. I rented the Expo Center and learned everything just doing it—alone. The expo is designed so that people can learn, be inspired, try different types of classes, make new friends and have fun doing so.”


Location: 100 Station Ave., Oaks, PA. Hours: September 6, 4 p.m.-9 p.m.; September 7, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; September 8, 10 a.m.-5p.m. For more info, visit



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