Spiritual medium Leila channels her energy into Psychic Sunday at the South Tweed Sports Club on December  4.
Spiritual medium Leila channels her energy into Psychic Sunday at the South Tweed Sports Club on December 4. Scott Powick

Fair chance to find spirit realm

THIRTY exhibitors and six psychics will share their wisdom and knowledge during the final Psychic Sunday fair of the year at the South Tweed Sports Club.

Stallholders will trade in essential oils, astrology, liquid crystal therapy, face and body supplements, nutritional products, crystals, astrological organic body creams, health foods, soaps and numerology oracle cards.

Tea leaf readings are expected to be a drawcard, as well as soy massage candles, crystal jewellery, meditation promotion, new age products, reiki healings, herbs and seeds, reflexology, head and shoulder massage, spiritual art and guide drawings and face readings.

Fair co-ordinator Adrian Moore started the psychic gatherings in 2008 and in 2012 relocated the event to the South Tweed venue.

In essence, the fairs are about mental, spiritual and physical wellbeing.

"It's not just psychics, people want something to do and see," Mr Moore said of fair-goers.

"The exhibitors are there to educate people on the products they have."

Spiritual medium Leila has been communicating with the spirit world for more than 25 years.

"I'm about giving people direction in their life," she said.

"It's really about picking up messages. It can be the deceased ancestors or the 'higher realm'.

"There's a code of ethics that readers should go by. We don't really give bad news.

"We're there to enhance their lives. I'm speaking for myself and how I approach it."

Psychic Sunday will be staged on December 4, from 10am to 4pm at the South Tweed Sports Club, 4 Minjungbal Dr, Tweed Heads South. Entry is by gold coin,

Pre-book any of the readers by phoning 0419709661.


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