Isabella S. Oehry, MA, author of Under A Blue Moon









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Under A Blue Moon
is a blatantly honest and inspiring soul quest. It encourages you to look beyond the obvious and keep your mind and heart open for the previously unseen and unheard. Isa felt a prompting, inviting her to a destination yet unknown, to a hidden world concealing ancient wisdom, while floating in her canoe under the golden light of a blue moon. She spontaneously decided to set out to find it...
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- non-fiction - recommended for adult readers - 19 photos - 193 pages -


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Nothing is safe from my paint brush:
FOLK ART by Isa Oehry


The Yellow Flipper
03/23/2016: Adventure will sprout the unexpected β€”the seed of a new perspective on life...
03/11/2016: The beginning of Under A Blue Moon...

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Hugging the peak marker of Mt. Moosilauke



(Total playing time: 38 minutes of bliss)

This healing meditation addresses each organ in our body, every aspect of our being, even the spaces within and around our cells.
It is a tool meant to improve not only our physical well-being, but also the well-being of those surrounding us.
The meditation was born during the daily prana distribution ritual documented in Under A Blue Moon and took three years to fully unfold.
It is the fruit of a personal, inner seed.



Book Cover - Under A Blue MoonPraise for Under A Blue Moon
Under A Blue Moon" engages the mind, body and soul. It captures the magnificence of life when we are able to be present with all that is. It is an inspiring journey of heart and soul. I was reminded again and again how life giving and enhancing our interactions with the universe and nature can be and through reading this book, was inspired to engage with life on a deeper level.
Isa's curiosity, trust and enthusiasm are contagious. This book is full of inspiring adventures and laughter, deep insights, and the beautiful knowledge that we are inherently connected with and to everything in this universe...and even beyond.  The likelihood is great that you will read this book and be inspired to embark on your own deep soul quest.
- Dr. Allison Bogan    ( more praise)

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The morning chatter of the crows wake me up around six. At my house that is. But here in farm country they are up at 3:45 a.m. and announcing it to the still sleeping world with glee. Not willing to rise with these early birds, nor the farmers for that matter, I roll on my side. On the pillow next to me is a book, left there the night before. It's a book about life, suggesting ways to improve its quality. I can always use some of that I think as I glance at the book, and not a bad way to start the day, even though it's a bit early.

On the page left open the night before, the author suggests to let the brain with its limited databank have a break and focus instead on the solar plexus region (the tummy) where intuition has its seat. Apparently, intuition has no need to analyze and rationalize and gets its wisdom from somewhere else – a place of connectivity (with all there is) interwoven with synchronicity (with all who exist). It speaks to us, assures the author, in the form of quiet prompts.

Nothing new, I think. I already have a habit of listening to intuition when a major decision needs to be made. But wait a minute. Have I ever given intuition the upper hand for a prolonged period of time, for the entire day, uninterrupted? Mmhh – no. Usually I shift my focus only for moments in time to that subtle voice away from the over-active brain, which always seems ready and eager to solve problems and come up with a solution for myself, everybody else, well – the entire world. I decide to give it a try...