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Even My Chakras Are Sagging! What to Do?

Do you feel like a human slug just waiting to be salted? Are you searching for inspiration through perspiration? Do you enjoy massaging your inner ear?

You are not alone!

This Saturday and Sunday, the NewLife Expo descends upon the Broward County Convention Center to offer a smorgasbord of lectures and workshops. Start your day off right with a noon health improvement lecture, like Dr. George Love Jr.’s course on the benefits of self-inflicted inner ear massage, aided by magnets. Once you’ve got your Qi (electro-magnetic energy) in check, trot over to any of three classes focused around spiritual energy, you, and the year 2012. You’ll also find speakers addressing other hot topics, such as cell phones and tumors, or how chocolate can improve your health. And if you stick around for Sunday, you just might learn where the lost city of Atlantis is located and, through channeling, understand what its inhabitants are like. Wow! That’s a big weekend! Take advantage of it, because after all, some people must go their entire lives without having the citizens of a lost civilization channeled for them in a workshop at a convention center.

The Broward County Convention Center is located at 1950 Eisenhower Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets range $12 to $15 per day and $20 to $25 for the weekend, with an additional door price for some lectures/workshops. Visit newlifeexpo.com.
Sat., Sept. 12, 10:30 a.m.; Sun., Sept. 13, 10:30 a.m., 2009

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