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What is it like to experience near-death? How does a near-death experience change us? How does one learn to live each day without fear, without despair, with only joy? Cathy Gabrielsen died twice and has the answer. Dying To Live is her personal self-help memoir and workbook. It answers these questions and more through Cathy's incredible true story of surviving cancer, depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), coming back from death to a newfound spiritual awakening. In high school, Cathy Gabrielsen and her boyfriend suffered a terrible car wreck. The impact left Cathy's boyfriend in a coma, while Cathy survived a haunting near-death experience—a supernatural encounter with benevolent entities, and a healing white "Light." Years later, Cathy experienced her second near-death, awakening from near-fatal battle against sepsis with an incredible story to share—a story of the "other side," and a second encounter with the miraculous healing Light. As you experience her journey to death's doorstep, and encounter a realm of angels and miracles through Cathy's eyes, you'll walk away with new insights on life beyond this world. You may have heard stories of near-death experiences—you've never experienced a memoir of living and dying like Dying To Live: Surviving Near-Death. It will change the way you think and feel about death, about what lies beyond death—and about your own life.
|Deborah King Center
|Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Battling breast cancer at the alarmingly young age of 32, Cathy was still struggling with PTSD from a car accident in high school. It wasn't until she studied energy healing that she realized that she had had not one, but two near-death experiences that had informed her work and her life. The founder of The Gabrielsen Healing Center in West Chester, PA, where she provides both individual and group services and a prolific blogger, Cathy also speaks frequently, as well as teaches energy healing at the Deborah King Center.