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Final Passage

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When we enter this life, we are surrounded by caring and love.
We deserve caring and love again when this life ends.

In this groundbreaking book on the meaning of death, Barbara Harris Whitfield shares with you her near-death experiences and the stories of individuals who, assisted by her loving help, left this life with dignity. These accounts will inspire you, allow you to accept death more easily, and reveal the connection to the Spirit that...

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Overview

When we enter this life, we are surrounded by caring and love.
We deserve caring and love again when this life ends.

In this groundbreaking book on the meaning of death, Barbara Harris Whitfield shares with you her near-death experiences and the stories of individuals who, assisted by her loving help, left this life with dignity. These accounts will inspire you, allow you to accept death more easily, and reveal the connection to the Spirit that embraces and guides us all as we die. Whitfield demonstrates how it is possible for terminal patients to be fully present—even in their deepest pain—so that they can spread kind­ness, compassion and forgiveness to their loved ones.

Whether you fear death because it symbolizes the unknown, marvel at its awesome mystery, or grieve for a loved one it has claimed, this book will answer your questions about what happens when we die.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558745407
  • Publisher: Health Communications, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1998
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

Barbara Harris Whitfield is a researcher, near-death experiencer and transpersonal body-centered therapist in private practice in Baltimore and Atlanta. She is on the faculty of Rutgers University's School of Alcohol and Drug Studies. She spent six years researching the after effects of the near-death experience at the University of Connecticut Medical School.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2003

    very helpful book

    I got my copy of 'Final Passage' and sat down and read it in one day. Barbara Whitfield was so right about it being full of 'aha's'. I used a whole box of kleenex that day; it was emotionally wrenching, but I couldn't put it down. I have loaned it to my step-daughter (her dad, my husband died of cancer in 2001). She is having a very difficult time reading it because of the emotions it brings up, so she is taking one chapter at a time with lots of time in between. I went ahead and ordered another copy along with 'Spiritual Awakenings' I just started reading it and haven't had time to read much, but I wanted to say, Barbara Whitfield's books are very helpful for understanding some of life's difficult issues.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2001

    Final Passage

    This book is a must read if you have a loved one that is close to passing. I recently lost my mother to cancer and I truly wish I would have read this book before she died. It gives you insight into what you can do to help your loved one and what they are going through in the dying process. I highly recommend it!

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