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Washing the Bones: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Transformation by Katherine Ingram

*2014 NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD WINNER and 2014 INDIE BOOK AWARD WINNER*

"If you don't invite your grief in when it first arrives, it will sit at the edges of your heart and fester and rot. It will steal your life. It stole mine."

Washing the Bones is a captivating and cinematic journey of love, loss and spiritual awakening. A true story that reads like a novel, it's a spiritual Eat, Pray, Love for those going through loss and searching for meaning.

From the back cover:

"Katherine's life looked perfect. After years of loss and struggle she had met Andrew: a kind, handsome, wealthy, Ivy League blue-blood. Three years into her new and privileged life, Andrew's plane went into an uncontrolled spin during a flight lesson, claiming his life-and the secret he carried.

In the months that followed, Katherine found herself forced to deal not just with the grief over her husband, but also with the unmourned childhood loss of her father and truths she had long avoided.

Beautifully combining personal memoir with psychological perspective and spiritual inspiration, Washing the Bones takes readers on an intimate, insider's journey through life after loss, illuminating the metamorphosis that takes place when we face into our grief and allow 'the fierce boiling' of life to transform us."

"...this beautiful book provides the guidance to use change and loss as a catalyst for our spiritual evolution. This has been one of the most profound and enlightening books I have read...."
~Judy O'Beirn, Creator and Co-Author of International bestselling book, "Unwavering Strength"

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615833774
Publisher: Red Cloud Press
Publication date: 10/12/2013
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

KATHERINE INGRAM, M.A. is a writer, psychotherapist, and soul coach who has studied depth psychology and spiritual wisdom traditions for more two decades. She lives in an old house in a charming, historic town in the wine country of Southern Oregon with her husband, two children, a rotund black lab, a hyperactive golden retriever and ten noisy chickens.

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