Celebration of Light House Concert

Rosemary PhillipsWhatever the religious or spiritual understanding, December is a time for celebrating light, be it for Christmas, Solstice, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Bodhi Day, or Shabe-Yalda. To honour this time of year Rosemary Phillips, singer-songwriter and clairvoyant medium, is holding a special Celebration of Light House Concert at 7:30 pm on Friday, December 12, 2008, which coincidentally is the night of the full moon. Music and songs performed will be with the theme of light in all its magnificence and all its implications - light for hope, new life, spirituality, love, peace, and understanding for all humanity.

Over the last three months Phillips has been introducing the mid-island to this new form of entertainment, mediumship, and music, with house concerts in which she performs sing-along music and between songs, delivers clairvoyant messages to members of the audience. With a small audience Phillips is able to link with each person present. Even the songs become messengers. These messages can bring comfort, hope, and in some cases life-altering experiences. As a result these evenings have been exceedingly popular filling fast with waiting lists and bringing audience members from Nanaimo through to north of Qualicum.

For this special additional concert on December 12, 2008, Phillips, who considers herself a happy medium, will be combining some traditional songs with the not-so-traditional and some original works. Each song chosen will bring a message to one or more or even the whole audience. Phillips is aware of the healing power of music, how it touches the heart and soul, and lifts an audience. She feels fortunate that she is able to combine her musical talent with her clairvoyant mediumship to bring a feeling of hope and warmth and the message of love. One song that Phillips loves to sing and will feature for this concert is "The Gift of Love", a traditional American song based on 1 Corinthians 13 which tells of the gifts we have all been blessed with, and that "The greatest of these is love." Another favourite is "There's a Little Candle," which Phillips wrote specifically for children and the child within. To reserve your seat for this special concert at Nanoose Bay call 250-468-1811. Seating is limited (admission is $15).

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