About BellaSpark Productions

Our Vision... To be a catalyst; to stimulate, inspire and embolden individuals and communities in their growing spiritual awareness by providing access to consciousness raising ideas, people and information.

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Owner and creative director of BellaSpark Productions, Donna Visocky, knows a great deal about connecting with Spirit and awakening to greater possibility. Devastated by the tragic death of her 21-year old daughter, Kristi, in a car accident, she searched for answers to the nagging questions of “why.”

It was this life changing event that took her into the world of the unseen. She knew Kristi was still here but how could that be possible? With her natural sense of curiosity and love of learning, Donna began a new journey of exploration into spirituality and the expansiveness of life – both seen and unseen.

It was in Kristi’s life that Donna found those answers. “It was Kristi who brought me here, to this place in my life; who opened the windows of my mind to the wonders and blessings of the universe and the realization that this is just a small blip in the journey of our souls,” she says.

BellaSpark Productions was born to contain these new experiences. Bella means Beautiful and Spark is for the Divine Spark in all of us. For the past ten years, Donna has met, interviewed and facilitated conversations with hundreds of the world’s top visionaries, change-makers, speakers, artists and musicians who bring their gifts and talents to help our individual spark to grow. She has created events and conversations in several US and Canadian locations and developed BellaSpark magazine to share the stories more widely. Donna also co-hosts a weekly radio show, InnerViews with Kimmie Rose and Donna Visocky on BSS Radio.

Through BellaSpark, she honors her daughter’s memory by celebrating the beautiful, passionate spark of inspiration she knew her to be.

I'll Meet You at the Base of the Mountain In her new book 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. Motivated by guidance she receives from Kristi on the other side, and a compelling, but puzzling directive: “I’ll meet you at the base of the mountain,” Donna begins a soul’s journey to find meaning and hope in the midst of tragedy. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

A world-renowned speaker, Donna shares her message of hope with audiences around the globe.

How does one survive loss? Whether it is loss of a loved one, a job, a relationship, our health… we can find the strength to begin again. From learning that our loved ones do live on, to knowing that we have unlimited support from our own personal team of angels and guides, we can tap into that support to create a new life from the ashes of the old. Donna offers tools to discover one's own innate intuitive abilities and fine-tune their connection to the Other Side. Join Donna as she takes the stage and shares through personal stories, insights, passion and laughter tools and strategies to not only survive a devastating loss, but thrive and live life to the fullest and create a heart-centered and expansive life. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

The Mask

When you lose someone you love, it’s like a light goes out in your heart. When my daughter Kristi died, I felt that the light in my soul would never shine again. But life goes on, they say, and you have things to do. So you put on your mask and face the world everyday. The mask hides the pain and the grief, on your face, in your heart; and you get through the day. The mask becomes a new part of you and you are prepared to wear it forever.

And then little things happen.

  • You see a sign, a butterfly or a penny, and you know that she is with you and always will be a part of you

. . . and the mask begins to crack.

  • My grandson Nicholas tells me he sees Aunt Kristi. “She is the brightest star in the sky.” he says. And you know that she gently guides him

. . . and the mask cracks a little more until a faint light, your light, shines weakly through.

  • My friend Rayno says Kristi’s smiling face pops into his mind and brightens his day. And you know that she made an impact on people.

. . . and the cracks in the mask grow wider; and the light peeks through, like rays of sun partly hidden behind a cloud.

  • My beautiful daughter Jenny gives birth to my new granddaughter, and you know that she is sent to you as a gift from God and Kristi to ease your pain.

. . . and the cracks grow even wider as you dare to allow your love and light to shine on this new child.

And so it goes . . .

Slowly, little by little, the mask breaks apart and you begin to feel the sun on your face again; the light in your heart shine again. It may take years, but you know that someday, some how, the mask will disintegrate and you will show your face to the world again. It is a different face than before, because you are different, but it will be your face, none-the-less, and not the mask.

Donna Visocky