Sacred Grief: Exploring a New Dimension to Grief

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Loving Healing Press, 2008 - Self-Help - 140 pages
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Sacred Grief offers an intriguing exploration of the far-reaching ripple effect of our present-day opinions about surviving grief's emotional roller-coaster and the unnecessary suffering our judgments unconsciously promote. You'll find comfort in discovering that there's another dimension to this universal experience--a dimension that fosters trust, kindness and compassion, peacefully heals, and steadfastly moves you towards your soul's deepest desires and dreams.
Praise for Sacred Grief
"Because we will all have the experience, Sacred Grief is a compelling guide for everyone searching for the sweetness in life's great passages."
--Gregg Braden, author, "The Divine Matrix" and "The God Code"
"Sacred Grief is a holy handbook for gleaning the gifts of the journey called grief."
--Mary Manin Morrissey, Co-founder, Association for Global New Thought
"Sacred Grief is a welcome departure from the conventional advice about 'surviving' grief."
--Jill Carroll, Ph.D., Executive Director, Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance, Rice University
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Another great self-help book from Loving Healing press


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User Review  - DrAlford - LibraryThing

After reading this short, though obvious heart-felt, volume, I couldn't help but be reminded that sometimes things that are profound, or sacred, to us may simply not be to others. The discipline of ... Read full review

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Author Leslee Tessman is clearly a woman in search of something. Her book Sacred Grief is the reflections of a life lived with much pain and grief. There are honest and open expressions of her ... Read full review

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