Buddhist Monk-Nun Maytawee to Appear at Solful Gifts




Maytawee

Solful Gifts, in Wheeling, will present special guest Maytawee, a Buddhist Monk-nun who has worked with Eckhart Tolle, from noon to 5 p.m., July 26, as part of a Serendipity event. She will be offering healing and animal communication sessions, as well as a free presentation.

Serendipity is a fusion of a customer appreciation day mixed with an open house and a mini-expo, featuring free educational presentations, an intuitive gala with readings and healing sessions, mindful people networking, music, snacks and an opportunity to learn about and purchase mindful gifts for one’s self and others.

Oksana Gritsenko, a Mind and Life Coach and founder of Solful Gifts, Inc., says, “People love receiving gifts that are not only beautiful, but meaningful and unique.” At the expo, there are many options to choose from: rare gems and crystals set in sterling silver jewelry; astrological or numerological reports; natural wellness products and services; intuitive readings; healing sessions and much more.

 

Admission is free. Natural Awakenings readers receive a 10 percent discount in the store. Location: 1040 S. Milwaukee Ave., Ste. 130, Wheeling. For more information, call 847-924-5708 or visit SolfulGifts.com

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