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A Practical Guide to Death and DyingPoint here for more book info
by John White

Paraview Special Editions, 2004
ISBN: 1931044864
Psychology, 204 pages
Trade paperback, $13.95

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Many people are so afraid of death that they don’t want to think about it, hear about it, or plan for it. But death must be understood and prepared for -- otherwise we will live in fear and burden our loved ones with unanswered questions and unnecessary responsibilities. In A Practical Guide to Death and Dying, consciousness researcher John White provides a thorough, compassionate look at death and explores the biology, psychology, and metaphysics of one’s own demise. In addition to recounting the personal stories of those who have developed a healthy attitude toward death, White also offers a program for personal action. He provides information about the evidence of life after death; how to eliminate fears about death; how to plan for it; practical exercises for learning how to die; and where to find more help. A Practical Guide to Death and Dying will benefit readers who are ill and those who are healthy, readers who care for the dying, and readers who are curious about what lies ahead.

What People are Saying about
A Practical Guide to Death and Dying
“I am impressed by your beautiful work and the tremendous love and effort you put into it.” -- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

“…a very solid contribution to the field of death education, blending advice, experiential exercises, humor, and wisdom.” -- Kenneth Ring, Ph.D., co-founder, International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS)

“…this contains a good deal of worthwhile information that will be of value to both the physician or therapist dealing with clients who are involved with serious illness, as well as the lay person.” -- Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine and Miracles

  John White

is an internationally known author in the fields of spirituality and higher human development. His books include The Meeting of Science and Spirit, What Is Enlightenment?, Everything You Want to Know About TM -- Including How to Do It and a children’s book, The Christmas Mice. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, Reader’s Digest, Omni, Esquire, and Woman’s Day, and he lectures throughout the U.S. and Canada. He holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Yale University. He and his wife Barbara have four grown children and live in Connecticut.

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