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On Saturday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. please join us for an evening with the ground-breaking author and doctor Bernie Siegel who will speak on the topics raised in his popular book, “Love, Medicine and Miracles” at the Chester Meeting House, 4 Liberty Street, in Chester, CT.

On Saturday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. please join us for an evening with the ground-breaking author and doctor Bernie Siegel who will speak on the topics raised in his popular book, “Love, Medicine and Miracles.”

This will be a very special evening of enlightening conversation as well as a celebration of life, love and healing with Dr. Siegel who has recently published a new book.

Dr. Siegel is probably most widely known as a pioneer who began more than 25 years ago to demonstrate the connection between our emotional states and our body’s natural ability to heal itself, based on his own experiences with what he calls “exceptional” patients.  He has since expanded his understanding to healing in all our areas of our lives. You can learn more about his current activities at http://berniesiegelmd.com.

His Dec. 1, 2012 speaking event takes place at the Chester Meeting House, 4 Liberty Street, in Chester, CT. General admission tickets are only $25 each (students and senior citizens, $20 each).  Seating for this event is expected to fill quickly.

For ticket information, visit http://www.oursanctuary.org or call 860-319-1134.

Light refreshments will be served and Smoothies & Superfoods will be available for purchase from Lisa Sobolewski of JUSTFOOD!

This event is open to all ages

Proceeds from this event will support the Sanctuary at Shepardfields, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization chartered to support interfaith spiritual understanding and environmental education.

Based on a solar-powered, 40-acre land preserve in East Haddam, CT, the Sanctuary offers sacred space for healing, personal transformation and community development.

Additionally, the Sanctuary hosts many educational and community building events including a children’s circus and yoga camp, spirituality conferences and music festivals as well as regular classes in philosophy, meditation, sacred music and green building skills.

For more information, please visit the web site at http://www.oursanctuary.org  or send an email to info@oursanctuary.org or call 860-319-1134.

Posted November 23, 2012, links added by HTNP News Editor Brenda Sullivan

Related links:

Love, Medicine and Miracles on Amazon.com — http://www.amazon.com/Love-Medicine-Miracles-Self-Healing-Exceptional/dp/0060919833

The Cure is… link to movie info http://thecureismovie.com/

Dr. Bernie Siegel on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bernie.siegel.75?ref=ts&fref=ts

JUSTFOOD on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JUSTFOODbylisasobolewski

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