Death & Divinity...: How Sweet It Is...

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BalboaPress, Oct 7, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 112 pages
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“It is a rare gift when we can look into the heart and life of someone who has faced death and loss and come out stronger and wiser. I was blessed to know Judy at a weeklong workshop on Maui with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross MD many years ago. That week changed my life forever and set me down a path of spiritual realization.”

—RONALD L. MANN PHD

“I met Ronald Mann Ph.D., author of Sacred Healing at Elizabeth Kubler-Ross M.D. author of On Death and Dying at Elisabeth’s workshop along with my dying son. This was the most profound week of my life. I learned that death does not exist...only the fear...It is my intention to help others who may experience the same fear.”

–JUDY

In DEATH & DIVINITY ... how sweet it is ... Judith Gamble brings proof to readers that death does not exist; it is only the fear of death that exists.

 

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Judith Gamble found the truth while facing the death of her son, who died five times and then was sent home to die after a year in intensive care.  Her saving grace was attending a weeklong workshop with world-renowned Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, who wrote On Death and Dying. This was the most profound week of her life and is where the book begins, experiencing an incredible out-of-body experience.

She was born in San Diego, California, grew up in Oregon, spent seventeen years in Hawaii, and has been living the past thirteen years in Las Vegas.

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