On Grief and Dying: Understanding the Soul's Journey

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Crossing Press, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 110 pages
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Guiding the reader on a healing journey to a place of loving acceptance, affirmation, and home, Diane Stein confronts the inevitability of death and draws inspiration from the ancient belief in reincarnation. Weaving a rich variety of resources from the contemporary Goddess movement, powerful psychic techniques, and the ancient traditions of Buddhism and Greek mythology, this book offers comfort and help to persons facing death.

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About the author (1996)

DIANE STEIN is a popular and acclaimed healer and the best-selling author of Essential Reiki and 25 other books in the fields of metaphysical healing, women's spirituality, and alternative health. She lives and teaches in Florida.

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Read any good books lately?My favorite reading is science fiction, there are new good books coming out every day.  Look at Sharon Shinn, Tamora Pierce, Ann Bishop, and so many more talented women fiction writers.If you had to boil your book's message down to one sentence, what would it be?Serve the Light, trust the Light, make a difference in the world with who you are and what you do.

What are you working on now?I prefer to keep future books a secret until they are finished.  No one will know until the manuscript is mailed in.Do you eat your vegetables?I have been a vegetarian since 1983.  I do eat my vegetables.If you had a superpower, what would it be?Wonder Woman, of course.How long did it take you to write this book?  I have been working with herbs for over 35 years, so you could say it took that long to write it.

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