Northern Lights Book Store hosts author Donna Visocky as she discusses life after death and signs her new book I'll Meet You at the Base of the Mountain.
We know what we women like: Wine, Chocolate and a little Magic!
What better way to kick off the holidays than a fun-filled evening with all of the above…
~ Enjoy Wine
~ Sample Epicurean Delights especially Chocolate
~ Chat & Socialize with women after your own heart
~ Get a heads up on the New Year with a Psychic Reading from accomplished area Mediums
~ Have fun!
Special Connecting to the Other Side with Sarina Baptista -- Gallery style audience readings from 7pm to 8:30pm!
AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON! - A NEW BOOK BY DONNA VISOCKY
Successful business woman and married mother of four, Donna Visocky never expected her comfortably predictable life to take the heart-stopping twist it did early one morning in 2003. In I’ll Meet You at the Base of the Mountain, Donna candidly shares – often with brutal honesty — the most intimate moments of her inner and outer struggle to rebuild her life after the loss of her child.
I am cleaning out my closet, going through my wardrobe one piece at a time, filling garbage bags with clothes that no longer fit. Oh it’s not because the size is wrong, rather because these clothes no longer fit who I am. They are nice clothes, yet I find that I cannot wear them any more. Ten years, even twenty years old, these clothes represent a different time, a time before my daughter Kristi died. I am not that person any more and though I am still not sure who I am now, I know in my heart I am…
by Victoria A. Gardner
Do dogs have souls? A good question! Let me offer an answer from my perspective as a former professional dog breeder as well as a Spiritual Psychologist.
Of all the animals on this planet, dogs are the closest to human beings in their emotional responses and expression. Brain studies reveal that although apes, whales and dolphins have a cerebral cortex (the part of the brain where reason, judgment and other higher level thinking processes occur) similar to humans, dogs have a midbrain (the section where emotions occur) very similar, both structurally and functionally, to that of humans.
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