Sharon Author At Baxter Library

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People / Jan. 21, 2016 10:14am EST


ISA OEHRY ISA OEHRY Sharon author Isabella (“Isa”) Oehry will be at the Baxter Library on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. to talk about her new book, “Under a Blue Moon,” the story of an extraordinary year-long journey.

Oehry says that “One night, while mysteriously nourished, enriched and highly energized by an unknown force under the light of a blue moon,” she felt “a strange prompting, inviting her to an unknown destination, a hidden world concealing ancient wisdom.”

Determined to find this place, she set out on a year-long journey, discovering truths, which at first sight appeared unbelievable. Understanding, as had been taught about Earth, its people, animals, and plants—the entire universe—suddenly no longer applied to her.

Full of adventures and laughter, “Under a Blue Moon” (published by Balboa Press), documents Oehry’s quest with the goal of inspiring others to look beyond the obvious and keep their hearts and minds open to the previously unseen and unheard.

“Under A Blue Moon” offers glimpses into the potential and richness of the human experience. Oehry’s hope is that readers will “walk away from the book wanting to live more fully and experience life beyond what they thought was previously possible for them.”

Oehry was born and raised in the Principality of Liechtenstein, a small country sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland. After an education in business, she traveled extensively and eventually settled in Vermont. She continued her education and earned a degree in management information systems, but her strong interests in the mystery of the human mind and man’s untapped potential prompted her to pursue an advanced degree in psychology.

More information can be found at www.isaoehry.com.

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