From Library Journal
While working with the terminally ill, Levine, director of the Hanuman Foundation's Dying Project, discovered an interesting phenomenon. In preparing for death, many were being healed. Levine also noticed that those who became physically well were often in better health than they had been before. Further study lead him to conclude that the physical healing was a by-product of a new balance of mind and heart. Vivid case histories of patients are used to illustrate how individuals learned to let go, become open to life, and stop struggling against illness, pain, and death. Levine discusses meditation and how to use it to "heal into life and death." This approach is certainly not for everyone, but for many terminally ill patients and their families it may offer new hope and peace. Mary L. Kirk, Unv. of North Carolina at Wilmington Lib.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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"His work is magic." -- Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.
"In recent years, Stephen and Ondrea Levine have shown us new possibilities in working with the seriously ill. In this heartfelt new book he broadens the domain of his inquiry and concern and fees us to heal by inviting us courageously look at what is." -- Ram Dass.
"Stephen Levine's writings, work and presence have been a shining light to me and thousands of others as he has pioneered new ways of looking at life and the power that the healing of the mind and heart presents." -- Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., Founder and Consultant of the Center for Attitudinal Healing, Tiburon, California.