How to Live When a Loved One Dies: Healing Meditations for Grief and Loss
ISBN: 1946764809
EAN13: 9781946764805
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 27, 2021
Pages: 128
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

In this comforting book that will offer relief to anyone moving through intense grief and loss, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh shares accessible, healing words of wisdom to transform our suffering.

In the immediate aftermath of a loss, sometimes it is all we can do to keep breathing. With his signature clarity and compassion, Thich Nhat Hanh will guide you through the storm of emotions surrounding the death of a loved one.

How To Live When A Loved One Dies offers powerful practices such as mindful breathing that will help you reconcile with death and loss, feel connected to your loved one long after they have gone, and transform your grief into healing and joy.

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   Very good.
The book is about breathing the right way, not just for exercise but also for personal growth. I still breathe through the nose and out through the mouth, he said.
 
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   found this poorly composed by the editor/publisher
This was a huge waste of money, and I was very disappointed at this effort. It seemed over manipulated by the editor-publisher that I wasn't sure what could truly be attributed to Thich Nhat Hanh. It's just that big Bummer.
 
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   Our loved ones don’t die, they live in us
This is a small book of Thich Nhat Hanh's teachings on loss. It helps you survive the big waves and find some calmness of mind when you think you are going crazy, Thibault said. Thich Nhat Hanh doesn't talk about the afterlife or reincarnation as far as I can see in this book. He tries instead to help us find some relief from grief by seeing our loved ones' "conuation" all around us, he says. It doesn't stop you from feeling their loss so acutely but somehow helps by giving us a very beautiful reflection—we never really die, and just like clouds, we transform into other things." It is a book that helps prevent you from drowning, though it also does not shy away from the truth of loss andermanience.
 
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   Same Book - Different Titles
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Viet Nam war veteran. He writes many books, but they are really the same meditations. Many of the books are also being repackaged as part of larger series. He doesn't write them, just reads them after a student puts it together, Rodale said. My sense of grief is that he never really loved it, Raymond said. Pearson, the UK publishing house, publishes the results of the inquiry into Alfred's death on Monday. For someone who doesn't believe in the self, his writing is very self centered. We're losing people we love. The life that our loved one lost. His focus is on making himself feel better, Bruno said. Sir Richard suggested to a university student writing a book that he should discuss the issue with the student.
 
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