Bereavement Dreaming and the Individuating Soul

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When you lose a loved one, the experience is both mythical and personal. Grubbs explores the archetypal aspect of the death experience in the myth of Gilgamesh and his quest for his lost friend and the meaning of life. The personal aspect arises in the particular healing path you take. Both realms blend in the dream space where you may encounter your lost beloved. Here you can find comfort and renewal as well as participate in your beloved's own growth along his or her own soul journey. Grubbs presents several ...
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When you lose a loved one, the experience is both mythical and personal. Grubbs explores the archetypal aspect of the death experience in the myth of Gilgamesh and his quest for his lost friend and the meaning of life. The personal aspect arises in the particular healing path you take. Both realms blend in the dream space where you may encounter your lost beloved. Here you can find comfort and renewal as well as participate in your beloved's own growth along his or her own soul journey. Grubbs presents several personal stories of people who have worked through their grief by discovering and using the soul's wisdom hidden in their dreams. Her description of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration provides an insightful example of how other cultures accept death as part of the life process. She includes suggestions to help you catch your dreams and honor them and your departed loved one so you can grow in a healthy direction from the experience.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780892540792
  • Publisher: Nicolas-Hays, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/28/2004
  • Pages: 1
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Introduction xiii
Part I Understanding Death 1
Chapter 1 By Way of Gilgamesh 3
Chapter 2 Liminality and Transcendence 11
Chapter 3 Bereavement Dreaming 19
Part II Experiencing Death 49
Chapter 4 From Dismemberment to Union--My Story 51
Chapter 5 Saying Our Goodbyes--A Young Wife's Story 75
Chapter 6 The Heroic Dimension--A Mother's Story 103
Chapter 7 A Calling from the Inner Room--A Brother's Story 123
Part III Celebrating Death 143
Chapter 8 Holiday for the Dead 145
Chapter 9 Your Bereavement Dream Sanctuary 155
Chapter 10 The Herb of Renewal 165
Notes 171
Bibliography 180
Index 185
About the Author 189
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