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Lily Dale, NY

Contributed by snickab, an ePodunk user.

March 16, 2007

Pluses:  #1. The very best thing is the Healing Temple. Sit and meditate while you wait your turn for healing because it just feels so good to sit there.

#2. It is nice to be surrounded by people of like mind. No one thinks you are weird for your beliefs.

#3. The service on Sunday. Wonderful and very uplifting. The lectures are always good the music is powerful.

#4. The message services at the stump.

#5. The private reading with resident mediums.

#6. Last but not least, the classes.

Minuses:  The management of and at the Maplewood Hotel. I do not recommend that you stay there.

Can't get a cup of coffee or tea after the cafeteria closes.

A good place to...  Relax.
Be yourself.
Connect with spirit.
Commune with nature.
Meditate.
Pray.
Draw.
Heal and be healed.
Get away from media and TV.
Take a class.
Walk.
Feast you eyes on the cute houses and gardens.

 Go with an open mind. Recharge your human battery. It will be hard to leave but you will be refreshed and in a higher vibration. It is hard to describe, go feel it for yourself.


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