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The Steps In Mourning Son


Author : Julie Clark
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2017-01-25

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When the pupil is ready, the teacher appears. It follows then, that when the teacher is ready, the pupil appears. That is what wisdom teaches the spiritual seeker. The wise master meets the eager novice. In real life-not so much. For most of us, the university of life is filled with distracted, overworked and discouraged professors doing their meager best to instruct the hapless, helpless and terrified pupils who accidently enrolled in the wrong course. The road to serenity is bumpy at best and -at worst-a spiritual mine field. No one knows this better than recovering alcoholic Roxie Perish. Having finally achieved her bottom, she reaches out to acquaintance and recovering alcoholic, Althea Chaine for support in the Alcoholics Anonymous Program. Althea immediately comes to her assistance, explaining the Twelve Step Program, and the importance of reaching out to a Higher Power. This is where things get a little tricky. Late the previous evening, black out drunk, Roxie had been a participant in an occult ritual, performing a blood sacrifice to summon the Goddesses Aphrodite and Artemis to earth. And it worked! The goddesses (and Eros, who cannot resist any opportunity for mischief) have materialized in all their arrogant glory at Roxie's house. They are determined to reestablish their power base on earth, and Roxie's sacrifice was the necessary ticket back to the planet. Their goal, to be the Higher Powers that lead Roxie to sobriety! Their method, the Twelve Steps! Their understanding, limited! Roxie's recovery is further complicated by family relationships. She resides with her three children, (each harboring varying degrees of anger and resentment), and her mother, with whom (surprise, surprise) Roxie has issues. The Steps in Mourning Son, is a humorous fantasy that embraces the concerns of recovery, spiritual growth, and family love. Every character in the book, from the three teenage girls who talked Roxie into participating in the ritual, to the mythic goddesses who responded to the sacrifice, has just begun a new semester at the University of Life, and everybody is about to be royally schooled.

Invisible Acts Of Power


Author : Caroline Myss
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2013-07-09

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For more than two decades, internationally renowned pioneer in energy medicine Caroline Myss has been studying how people use their personal power. Through her special brand of spiritual insight and intuition, her popular workshops, and her bestselling books, Myss has helped hundreds of thousands of people meet the lifelong challenge of managing their spiritual energy and improving their lives. Now, in this inspiring new book, Myss expands her message about power in an entirely new spiritual direction. With characteristic originality, she explains how we become channels for divine grace and a conduit for miracles through kind, compassionate, generous actions, or, as she calls them, invisible acts of power. When we act compassionately, without a private agenda or expectation of credit or reward, God works invisibly, anonymously through us. And as we move from visible acts, such as giving a friend a helping hand, to invisible acts, such as prayer and healing, we undergo a profound journey of personal empowerment. The myriad simple but profound ways that people connect to create small miracles, gain a greater sense of spirituality, and transform their own -- and others' -- lives in an instant will inspire you to your own invisible acts of power...and attract them to you.

Healing A Parent S Grieving Heart


Author : Alan D. Wolfelt
language : en
Publisher: Companion Press
Release Date : 2002-04-01

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Presenting simple yet highly effective methods for coping and healing, this book provides answers and relief to parents trying to deal with the loss of a child. It offers 100 practical, action-oriented tips for embracing grief, such as writing a letter to the child who has died; spending time with others who will listen to stories of grief; creating a memory book, box, or Web site; and remembering others who may still be struggling with the death. The guide also addresses common problems for grieving parents, including dealing with marital stress, helping surviving siblings, dealing with hurtful advice, and exploring feelings of guilt. This compassionate resource will aid parents who have been through the death of a child—whether the passing happened recently or many years ago, whether the child was young or an adult.

Experiencing Grief


Author : H. Norman Wright
language : en
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Release Date : 2004

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Written for the person who has just experienced loss, this brief but powerful book leads readers through the five stages of grief to a peaceful, more mature faith. Original.

Through A Season Of Grief


Author : Bill Dunn
language : en
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date : 2004-08-30

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If you've lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you've discovered that few people understand the deep hurt you feel. Where do you turn for daily comfort and help? Where do you find the tools to move forward? Through a Season of Grief is the first 365-day devotional designed to support and uplift you in the first, most difficult year of bereavement. These devotions offer biblical comfort and practical teaching that will enable you to take steps forward each day toward healing. You will better understand the grieving process and will receive needed encouragement along the way. More than thirty respected Christian professionals – including Kay Arthur, Jack Hayford, Elisabeth Elliot, Norman Wright, Barbara Johnson, and Luis Palau – share their insights on how to walk through the devastation of grief toward wholeness and hope. You will also hear from people like you who have lost a loved one and have found God's healing presence in the midst of despair. This unique devotional is based on GriefShare®, a national grief recovery support group program that has helped more than 100,000 families.

When A Jew Dies


Author : Samuel C. Heilman
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2001

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"Samuel Heilman has walked the mourner's path both as an anthropologist observing the socio-cultural death practices of the Jewish community, and as a bereaved son grieving the loss of a beloved father. In the wake of his successful navigation through these two worlds--academic and personal--he presents an acute understanding of the detailed intricacies of the cycle of Jewish rituals from deathbed to burial, from mourning to memorialization. Heilman emerges from his journey through grief with a wise and seasoned appreciation of the symbols and practices which are at the foundation of Jewish life and culture. When a Jew Dies provides an insightful roadmap to the subtle and profound vicissitudes of grief in the Jewish tradition. For mourner and scholar alike, this is a book to be savored, a friend to walk with, a companion with which to explore the reality of the walk through the valley of the shadow of death."--Simcha Raphael, author of Jewish Views of the Afterlife "Heilman has an unusually keen sense of perception and ability to put everything into an almost universal, social scientific perspective while, at the same time, retaining his personal ties, thought and feelings. As in his previous work, he here examines something that almost every traditional Jew is familiar with, and gives it new perspectives and new meaning. When a Jew Dies includes significant discussion of prevalent customs and the Jewish bases for them. The author's particularistic-universalistic synthesis as well as his deeply-rooted, personal-scholarly synthesis set this book apart from all others."--Chaim I. Waxman, Professor of Sociology at Rutgers University and author of America's Jews in Transition "Heilman offers a unique synthesis of historical scholarship and ethnographic description in this rich account of the complex processes by which Judaism brings the dying to the end of life and the mourning to the end of grief and a return to life. This is, as far as I know, the only study combining the legal-historical, social-historical, and ethnographic perspectives in a single volume. It offers a remarkable glimpse of how one sector of contemporary Jewry confronts the reality of death and transfigures it."--Martin S. Jaffee, author of Torah in the Mouth

On Grief And Grieving


Author : Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2014-08-12

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Shortly before her death in 2004, Elisabeth K]bler-Ross and David Kessler, her collaborator, completed the manuscript for this, her final book - a fitting completion to her work. Ku bler-Ross's groundbreaking work On Death and Dying changed the way we think and talk about the end of life. Weaving together theory, inspiration, and practical advice, this book will profoundly influence the way we experience the process of grief.Available only in Nonfiction 4.