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Didcot Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show

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Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions at Didcot’s Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show, this February

The event once again takes place at Didcot Civic Hall, this time over two days - Saturday and Sunday 3rd and 4th February. Its theme is helping people keep their New Year's resolutions.“How many people start the New Year with positive intent but soon fall back into old ways and struggle to keep their New Year’s resolutions,” says organiser, Julie Fenn, from Deer Spirit Events. "We want to help people to create their perfect 2023."

The show features holistic, spiritual, and self-help experts, retail stalls selling crystals, arts and crafts, jewellery and healthy living products and a wide range of readers providing insights into past, present and future. Workshops and talks cover new beginnings, managing stress, how to release negative and unhelpful beliefs, chakras, crystals, numerology, reincarnation, karma and much more. There’ll also be a demonstration of mediumship, meditation, and a guided visualisation.Julie Fenn adds: “At our show, you can have a chat about how you’re feeling and any challenges you’re facing, learn some useful strategies to help keep you positive and on path, find out how to deal with any mental, emotional, and spiritual blocks that are getting in your way. Or you can just come along and enjoy the positive atmosphere and fantastic vibe with like-minded people.”

Entrance £2 per day, under 16s free with adult


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