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After This : When Life Is Over, Where Do We Go?
by Claire Bidwell Smith


Overview - In"After This, "acclaimed author, and therapist Claire Bidwell Smith confronts the question she encounters every day in private practice what happens after we die?
Inan exploration of the afterlife that is part personal, part prescriptive Smith invites us on her journey into the unknown.
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Overview
In"After This, "acclaimed author, and therapist Claire Bidwell Smith confronts the question she encounters every day in private practice what happens after we die?
Inan exploration of the afterlife that is part personal, part prescriptive Smith invites us on her journey into the unknown. She wonders: How do we grieve our loved ones without proof that they live on? Will we ever see them again? Canthey see usnow, even though they are gone?
Chronicling our steps along the path that bridges this world and the next, Smith undergoes past-life regressions and sessions with mediums and psychics and immerses herself in the ceremonies of organized religion and the rigor of scientific experiments to try and find the answers.
Drawing on both her personal losses, recounted in her memoir "The Rules of Inheritance, "as well as her background working in hospice as a bereavement counselor, Smith attempts to show how exploring the afterlife can have a positive impact on the grief process."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781594633065
  • ISBN-10: 1594633061
  • Publisher: Avery Publishing Group
  • Publish Date: April 2015
  • Page Count: 288


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Books > Body, Mind & Spirit > Afterlife & Reincarnation
Books > Religion > Religion & Science
Books > Biography & Autobiography > Personal Memoirs

 
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