Living Fully, Dying Well: Reflecting on Death to Find Your Life's Meaningby Edward W. Bastian, Tina L. Staley
Most of us try to avoid thinking about deathuntil the moment it stares us in the face. But as Tina L. Staley and Edward W. Bastian have discovered, when we engage with our inevitable mortality at this moment, we open the door to fearlessness, joy, and the complete experience of being alive. In Living Fully Dying Well these two healers present a guide/b>… See more details below
Most of us try to avoid thinking about deathuntil the moment it stares us in the face. But as Tina L. Staley and Edward W. Bastian have discovered, when we engage with our inevitable mortality at this moment, we open the door to fearlessness, joy, and the complete experience of being alive. In Living Fully Dying Well these two healers present a guide for bringing an open mind and heart to the final challenge we all must face. Integrating scientific and spiritual perspectives from around the world, this collection of teachings includes:
- Life review exercises to access the liberating "deathbed revelation" at any stage of your life
- Practices for easing the suffering of a terminal illness
- Essential teachings about gratitudethe key practice for living life fully at any age
Featuring the wisdom of Joan Halifax, Dr. Ira Byock, Tessa Bielecki, Dr. Marilyn Schlitz, and more, Dying Without Fear is an illuminating, informativeand even excitingguide to consciously embracing our mortality. Readers will discover that when we prepare to cross the final threshold with honesty and courage, we enrich every day we live in this world.
Edward W. Bastian, Ph.D., was executive producer for six award-winning BBC and PBS programs about religion and three films about Tibetan Buddhism for the National Endowment for the Humanities. He was a teacher and program director at the Smithsonian Institution. He is president of the Spiritual Paths Foundation, which presents interspiritual programming and educational materials.
Tina L. Staley, LCSW, MSW, is director of Pathfinders at Duke University Comprehensive Cancer Center. She co-founded the Pathfinder program in Aspen, Colorado, for empowering cancer patients and their families to rediscover their inner strengths and take back their lives.
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