Death is of Vital Importance: On Life, Death and Life After Death
These five conversational talks, edited from speaking engagements, offer an overview of the life, ideas and work of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Including case histories and stories, the book recounts such events as her mother's death, and her own near-death experience and epiphany of cosmic consciousness.
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