Drawing from their own histories and those of many others, authors Raymond Moody Jr. and Dianne Arcangel help each of us to understand our unique grieving process and show that it is possible through grief to recover and achieve our true potential. The authors illuminate how knowledge of humanity's "greatest mystery" can help to ease the pain, allowing those of us with faith in "life after life" to transcend our fear and grief as we become more spiritually enlightened in the process.
INSIDE YOU WILL LEARN:
Filled with poignant stories of loss and growth, compassionate wisdom, and useful help, this life-changing book is a superb resource and the perfect companion to Moody's bestselling classic, Life After Life.
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About the Author
Raymond Moody, MD, PhD, is a world-renowned author, lecturer, and psychiatrist whose seminal work, Life After Life, changed the way we view death and dying. He is widely acknowledged as the world's leading expert on near-death experiences.
Paul Perry is an internationally bestselling author who has co-written nine books on near-death experiences.
Dianne Arcangel, M.S., is the former director of the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Center of Houston. She is also a former hospice chaplain and currently works as a grief workshop facilitator.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I felt as though I was not alone in my mourning. All of the experiences that others had gone through especially the authors themselves was life-changing for me. I don't feel as though I should be at a certain point in my mourning; I am right where I am supposed to be. But I also believe it helps us understand that we that are left behind should not stop living, and do are best in the life we've got. I truly believe that I will see my fiance' again when it's my time to go; I just have to complete MY PURPOSE here, just as he did. I miss him terribly, and i know it will take what it takes for me to join him in God's time, not mine.
Having lost two adult children in four months, I felt unable to cope. I felt I had lost my ability to understand any part of my own life. This book clarified so much for me, explaining in great detail the horrific impact grief has on the human body and emotions. I cried through the first hundred pages.... but it was because finally I could see what the stress of loss had actually done to me.
Here are several accounts of loved ones experiencing the process of life after the death of a loved one. It was comforting to find that many of the confusing feelings and behaviors that come with grieving are a necessary path to getting on with life when life as we knew it has been permanently altered. Although the subject and information was serious, it was presented with compassion and warmth. It is a fast-moving and griping read. I recommend it to everyone, as the book explains this is a passage in everyone's life, and it helps makes sense of emotions and actions that are inevitable during this life- changing event
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