Celebrate the Summer Solstice at Solstice Expo & Holistic Fair
May 31, 2019 08:08AM
Presenters at the expo will include Anthony (Tony) Kenton, who will be discussing human existence, dreams and love; Dino Calabrese, who will be relaying messages from the other side; Justin Federico, who will be explaining the benefits of CBD; enlightening readings by Isabelle Moll and more.
The word solstice is derived from the Latin words “sol”, meaning sun, and “sister” or “stitium”, meaning to stop. On June 21, the sun will appear to stand still before it begins to recede. As the days slowly get shorter, the solstice marks the start of our summer season.
The solstice has been celebrated throughout history by many different cultures. The ancient druids of England marked the time of the solar passing with their megalithic structure, Stonehenge. Their celebration was founded in both physical and spiritual awareness—the power of the summer sun ignites the Earth’s power, enables crop growth and shines down to expand our minds and our lives. As a part of this ancient tradition, SME commemorates this high-energy time with its annual, two-day event.
The summer months fluctuate between activity and rest, teaching us patience as we anticipate the ripening of fruits and vegetables. Summer offers us a time to slow down and allow things to happen in their natural order, instead of using our ego to create what we desire. It also allows us to stay present, receiving all the gifts that Mother Earth lovingly bestows.
Summertime reminds us of the connection between the Earth and the other planets that are part of the Divine Source. At the Solstice Expo & Holistic Fair, attendees support each other and co-create together, honoring the light and the community’s connection to the sun and Earth by offering new-age, metaphysical products, services and practitioners.
Cost: $7, two-day admission. Location: New Hope Eagle Firehouse, 46 N. Sugan Rd., New Hope. For more information and for tickets, call 267-261-2768 or visit WeAreSME.com.