MOUNT TAMBORINE recently hosted a dinner with a difference.
Bungunyah Manor Resort held a sold out Dinner with Spirit event. Three psychic mediums were invited along to do readings for the crowd, which was limited to 50.
Special guests David Laws, Lysa Michel and Amanda De Warren (pictured below) shared fascinating insights into the spiritual world and chanelled plenty of messages from spirit.
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Laws is also known as Australia’s famous ‘Flower Man’. He is a beautifully gifted psychic who channels amazingly accurate and uplifting messages from the spirit world through the gentle essence of a flower. Basically attendees were invited to pick a flower on the day of the event, breath on it and pop it inside a paper bag. David would randomly pick bags and do a reading for that person.
Michel was a last minute addition to the line-up after another psychic was forced to pull out. She is a well respected Psychic Medium Author, Inspirational Speaker, Educator and Philanthropist, that brings evidence and love from the spirit of loved ones passed over and also connects with your energy, spirit and soul to give you validation and guidance.
De Warren is a natural born medium, psychic, healer and animal communicator. She offers comfort and closure and constantly stuns even the most sceptical with her accuracy as she channels loved ones and pets. De Warren is also the Resident Animal Whisperer and Medium from the Women’s Day Magazine.
The venue is believed to be haunted by several ghosts, none of whom made an appearance on the night, held on Saturday August 2.
Many have felt or seen the three ghosts of Bungunyah Manor Resort Hotel, circa 1882. Staff say a small girl roams through some of the rooms and has a tendency to take car keys and hide them.
Guests enjoyed a three course meal.
This year’s remaining shows are sold out but more 2015 dates will be released soon.