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Infinite Thread: Healing Relationships beyond Loss

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2007

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    Alexandra Kennedy guides the reader with deftly crafted compassionate exercises that help us process the many emotions that arise when we lose a loved one. Using visualizations, dreams and inner dialogue the connections we have to those we love are not lost but strenghtened and in the process we are able to heal ourselves. Powerful and wise for clinicians and lay people alike.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2004

    A toolbox brimming with wisdom and gentleness

    I opened to the introduction only weeks after my nephew's tragic death, and felt a sense of relief and support. For months after, I made the time each day to grieve, and 'The Infinite Thread' was a constant companion while my emotions swung in the darkness. The stories and revelations Ms. Kennedy weaves throughout her book helped sooth my broken heart, but I was also challenged by the series of exercises that led me to deeper exploration and insight. I am inpressed how she embraces rituals from other cultures and communities and implores us to participate fully in the cycle of life. 'The Infinite Thread', became my toolbox where I could take a simple exercise, and pass it on to one of my siblings, who wasn't ready for more. I used her tools when I spoke long distance with my family and remembered to listen or merely cried along. And I also picked up one of her heavier tools and gave certain family members the space they needed while letting them know I was there. I appreciate the gentleness with which Ms. Kennedy crafted this toolbox and I highly recommend it.

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