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Ghosts, Spirits, Hauntings and the Unexplained

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October is a time of mystical and spooky experiences. Some say this is even the time when the spirits of the dead roam amongst the living. Join Shaheen Miro on Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. in the Ripley Library meeting room to learn the difference between a ghost and spirits. Find out what a haunting is, and how you can work through it. And explore other unexplainable psychic, paranormal, and musical experiences.

The program will be about an hour long, followed by a question and answer period for audience members to ask about paranormal, mystical and psychic phenomenon. There will be some time after the program for the audience to talk with Shaheen about experiences or among themselves. This is a free program and everyone is welcome to attend.

This is the second program in 2015 at the Ripley Library by Shaheen Miro, an Intuitive Tarot Reader. Shaheen is a native of Ripley, but now resides in Cincinnati. Along with being an Intuitive Tarot Reader he also is a Reiki energy worker, writer, artist, fashion designer and photography stylist.

Shaheen has always been connected to the spiritual world, from seeing spirits as a child, to dreaming of things before they would happen. He began learning Tarot at the age of five, and from there he has continued his journey reading for people all over the world. Shaheen coaches people to live more consciously through spiritual practices such as spiritual cleaning, protection, and intuitive development. He travels often, and has led classes and group readings in Denver, London, Los Angeles and New York City. He is also the creator of”Shaheen’s Tattered Nomad Oracle.” To read Shaheen’s writings or to learn more about Intuitive Consultations visit his website at www.ShaheenMiroInsights.com

After the program Shaheen will be available for some 10 minute mini readings. A mini reading is a wonderful opportunity to get a snapshot of the most present energy around you. You can ask one or two specific questions if you have something you want to address. A mini reading is meant to give you a touch of insight, but is not a session where you can explore in-depth different areas of your life. There is a cost involved with the mini-readings. In January the mini reading schedule filled in just over a day.

Mini readings will start at noon and must be scheduled in advance at the Ripley Library. You can either call 937-392-4871 or stop by. The Ripley Library is located at the corner of US 52 and Main Street in Ripley, Ohio. Updates and other programs can be found on the Ripley Library Facebook at Ripleyohiolibrary.

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Miro returns to Ripley Library

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