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Death is ever present throughout life and the more we learn to face this fact the more death becomes a friend and ally, a wise advisor who encourages us to live life more fully. To make a relationship with death is to make a commitment to self-evolution and growth. To face death confers inner strength for it brings us more authentically into the moment, into the fullness of our lives; in other words, it brings us closer to freedom. Living wisely is to prepare for dying well, not for some promise of what will happen after death but because living wisely brings its own merit
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Written in easy to understand language, the aim of this book is to explore many different ways of looking at death and what it's presence in life means to us.
At this time with political and climatic concerns increasingly to the fore, The Something and Nothing of Death will provide a source of inspiration and comfort through enabling the reader to face the always imminent prospect of death with a new spirit of inquiry. The deep reflections offered in the text stimulate similar reflective processes in the reader and foster well-being both through increasing knowledge and understanding of death, and through the lessening of semi-conscious and unconscious fears around the subject.From the Author:
I know from my work as a psychosynthesis psychotherapist and teacher and as a group leader how powerful this material can be, and have used my experience in working with others, and my own journey with death, to write a book hopefully effective in making a positive, life-enriching change to the reader's perspective on and relationship with death.
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Book Description PS Avalon, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110955278643
Book Description PS Avalon, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0955278643
Book Description PS Avalon, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0955278643