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Wellbeing and Mystic Festival returns ‘bigger and better’ in 2022


Following the success of the inaugural event, the Wellbeing and Mystic Festival will return bigger and better in 2022.

The free family-friendly extravaganza is slated to take place at Speers Point Park, in Lake Macquarie, on Saturday 5 November.

Between 9.30am and 3.30pm, there’ll be spiritual and wellbeing market stalls, psychic readings, healers, spirit guide drawings, reiki, interactive African drumming, transformational hypnotherapists, naturopaths, iridologists and so much more at your disposal.

“There’s literally something for everyone,” organiser Kathy Smith said.

“I hosted the event last year at The Station in Newcastle and the reaction was unbelievable.

“We had a really, really good response to it.

“That’s why we’re doing it again.

“And, Speers Point Park will allow us to increase our exposure, due to the additional foot traffic in the area.”

The Wellbeing and Mystic Festival’s main drawcards are two well-known personalities, angel expert and best-selling author Robert Reeves and celebrity medium Mitchell Coombes.

“They are the most terrific guys,” Kathy said.

“Mitchell is very popular – and does all my events with me.

“He’s an extraordinary supporter, so I’m extremely blessed.

“Robert’s brilliant as well.; he is incredibly intuitive.

“He’s done a lot of work internationally with Doreen Virtue, however he possesses his own unique connection with angels.

“Robert can help people connect with them, too.

“When you use angels in your life, there’s many things you can manifest.

“They can be used for protection, or find a car space for you, all kinds of things.

“But, angels also help and support people, who need healing.

“Robert does that exceptionally well.

“Even a sceptic would come away saying” ‘Yeah, he’s got it’.

“However, the healing the boys do, it just takes you to another level.

“To think they’re that connected to help people – and so dedicated – is incredible.”

Kathy’s also delighted by the selection of activities, and personnel, available on the day.

That includes workshops, food vans from fairy floss to slushies, jewellery, colourful accessories like tie-dye socks and shirts, and plenty of Christmas gift ideas.

“We have a bit of everything, which is really good,” she said.

“Of course, there’ll be spiritual items, Tarot and Oracle cards etc – that’s what people expect.

“Those in attendance can make purchases, get some information on crystals and how to use them.

“We’ll have lots of psychic readers, as well as many healing modalities.

“For instance, there’ll be a transformational hypnotherapist.

“She can help change mindsets so you can have a more fulfilling and healthy life.

“Then, there’s holistic counsellors.

“They’ll assist people from a different perspective – work with the individual’s core reasons, to ensure a suitable healing process.

“We will have a whole array of guests like that.

“For the young ones, we’ve lined up face painting, children’s yoga, a dedicated kids’ area and megamania rides.”

And, for those not spiritually-minded, don’t fret.

“A new business to the region will offer trike rides around the lake,” Kathy told the Newcastle Weekly.

“That’s a bit unique for an event like this.

“When the wives and girlfriends are in the reading rooms, the husbands and boyfriends can go for a ride on a trike.

“The goal of the Wellbeing and Mystic Festival is to create a lot of energy but, also, be heaps of fun.”

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