After Death: Mapping the Journey

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Simon & Schuster, 1997 - 235 Seiten
For centuries death has drawn our attention. Some fear the imagined darkness while others consider it a peaceful reunion with family and friends; still others view death as nothing more than a transition. And yet, despite our curiosity and the vast literature on death and dying, no one has truly examined from a cross-cultural standpoint what happens to us after we die. Drawing on the beliefs and wisdom found world-wide in afterdeath systems, After Death encourages us to open to possibilities we may never have considered in coping with the reality of death. In so doing, Sukie Miller, Ph.D., offers new and challenging ways to reflect on the journey after death.

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AFTER DEATH: Mapping the Journey

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Sound bites of ethnic beliefs and data from sessions with the author's psychotherapy clients are the material for this attempt to talk about what happens to us after death. Miller, founder and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Introduction
15
OPENING TO THE POSSIBILITY OF MORE
23
Crossing Borders within and Without
38
Urheberrecht

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