Lightworkers Invite Everyone to Annual Gathering at Benedictine University




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Naperville’s Joanne Macko is bringing the 10th annual Lightworkers Midwest Conference, held from September 12 to 14, to Benedictine University, in Lisle. This high-energy motivational and wisdom-filled event typically attracts attendees from 20 states and around the world. A Lightworker is anyone that is dedicated to the cultivation of raising consciousness in self and others.

Many of the conference presenters will lead experiential exercises to get the audience involved and take them to another level of awakening. Dr. Rita Melissano will discuss the ancient Egyptians and the mystery schools. Soul-path astrologer and author Alice Stacionis will discuss what is happening now astrologically. Master theta teacher Sean Michael Campbell will discuss the beliefs we carry on a subconscious level, and Marabai Devi, from Hawaii, will give a special group healing.

MaHaRa will perform a live sound healing musical meditation. Other musical offerings include Native American Whiteshield, from Utah, readings by world-renowned medium Lynn Van Praagh-Gratton, of New York, and presenters from across the nation. Vendors will offer high-vibrational products, healing tools, aura photography, BioMats and more.


Friday evening is $20 at the door and day rates are available. Benedictine University, Krasa Center, 2nd Fl., 5700 College Rd., Lisle. Natural Awakenings readers receive a special weekend discount. For more information and times, call Joanne at 630-579-8184 or visit LightworkersConference.com.

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