Who Dies? has been one of the first books showing us to open to the immensity of living with death, to participate fully in life as the perfect preparation for whatever may come next. Stephen and Ondrea Levine provide calm compassion rather than the frightening melodrama of death.
While many books have dealt with the 'stages of dying', and particularly the stages of acceptance of death, this has been one of the first to demonstrate how to open the immensity of living with death. 'Who Dies? An Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious Dying' can show you how to participate fully in life as the perfect preparation for whatever may come next, be it sorrow or joy, loss or gain, death or a new wonderment at life.
Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Swiss-American psychiatrist, a pioneer in near-death studies, and famous by her theory of the five stages of grief, says this book has addressed itself to the many aspects of the dying process with refreshing insight, candour, and lightness. It divests the incredible melodrama called 'death' of its frightful power, supplanting fear with calm, simple, compassionate understanding.
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