For Caregivers and Those in Transition
A compassionate guidebook to the energetic stages of dying and how to offer practical support at each stage of the transition back to spirit.
Available March 10, 2020
Order through publisher:
Inner Traditions and Findhorn Press
An Energy Healer’s Book of Dying offers a compact yet comforting guide for family, caregivers, nurses, and hospice workers to support you through any phase of losing a loved one or patient: before death, during the dying process, and afterward.
Throughout the book, you’ll learn healing strategies to bring solace and love during any transition back to spirit.
- Explains the nine energetic levels of dying and what is happening during each stage including how belief systems and energy clocks can affect the death process.
- Reveals what the dying person may see and experience, what to watch for in each stage, and specific ways to support your loved one during each phase.
- Explores the grieving process and offers helpful strategies for moving toward healing.
- Includes actual hospice case studies supporting each transitional phase.
Why I Wrote An Energy Healer’s Book of Dying
As the daughter of a mortician, I have been surrounded by death and dying my entire life. This has been a gift as I have always seen the dying process through a different lens, and I hope this unique perspective can shed some new light on one of the greatest mysteries of existence – that of death and re-birth.
Through my work as a hospice volunteer, I have intimately experienced how the information presented in this book can change lives and believe these theories have the potential to ultimately change the current death-culture we experience as humans on this planet.
My goals for this book are to:
- Help those in the presence of a loved one’s journey to find a sense of awe and wonder in the process, as opposed to sitting in anger or fear.
- Allow us to talk about death freely and without undo sadness while witnessing or experiencing it.
Through the lens of psychic sight, we can resist the urge to feel fear when a loved one is dying because we’ll know there is nothing but life. We can honor the process understanding life in one’s present physical form is a wondrous gift that our loved one chose to experience as a body and a divine mind for this concrete period of time only—and now they are choosing once again to experience another version of Source.