One Spirit Announces First Fall Festival
The One Spirit Festival, held the first Sunday in May for the last three years, is holding its first fall festival on Sunday, October 7, at the Clinton Community Center, 63 Halstead St., Clinton. “The response of the holistic community, the public at large, and the wonderful vendors and practitioners to our yearly event has been so overwhelming that at their request, we have decided to add a fall event,” says organizer Christina Lynn Whited, founder of the Church of All Creation, in High Bridge. “The interest in all things holistic and metaphysical has just taken off in the last few years . . . .Our intention is to add to the conversation, open up lines of inquiry for people, and expose them to new ideas and ways of exploring the incredible breadth of holistic and metaphysical products and services available in New Jersey.”
Free lectures will again be one of the main draws of the One Spirit Festival. Experts in various fields will speak every half hour throughout the day. Vendors selling handcrafted items, crystals, essential oils, and more; practitioners including hypnotherapists and nutritionists; and psychic readers will showcase their talents and wares inside the center as well as outside on the lawn from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Colorpuncture, a new German modality that uses colored light to stimulate acupressure points, will be available as well as massage, Reiki, Oneness Blessings, and other forms of energy work.
The festival is sponsored by The Church of All Creation, The Circle of Intention School of Intuitive Sciences, PSI, and ShopRite of Hunterdon County. For more information, visit OneSpiritFestival.org.