Lightworkers Gather to Inform and Inspire
The 12th annual Lightworkers Midwest Conference (LMC) will take place from September 30 to October 2 at Benedictine University, in Lisle. Featuring high-energy lectures, shopping and live entertainment, the event showcases bestselling authors, leadership coaches, spiritual entrepreneurs and channelers commenting on pertinent, cutting-edge topics.
Speakers include Joanne Koenig-Macko, Robert Novak, Jacque Nelson and Naperville hypnotherapist Marc Holm. Topics include spirituality and personal growth, holistic healing, angels, near-death experiences, quantum psychics, past lives, hypnosis, releasing poverty consciousness and experiential exercises.
Attendees can participate in a one-of-a-kind sound healing journey led by Bob Macko and Sven Oscar Hansen, of MaHaRa, to lift the spirits and reach new realms of consciousness and transcendental shivasana. Led by Koenig-Macko, a visionary artist and life coach, LMC helps attendees reach new heights to live their most authentic life purpose with passion and meaningful intention.
Fri. night admission is $10 cash. For a special $111 weekend rate, call producer Joanne Macko at 630-579-8184. For more information and to register, visit LightworkersConference.com. See ad on page 15. Win a free ticket, sign up at NAChicagoNorth.com/CHI/Contests.