Embrace the Spiritual Process for Preparing for the End of Life!
The passage from this world to the next takes the body and the soul on the greatest journey of transformation we are ever called to make. Author Megory Anderson has been working with, and listening to people on this journey for many years. Sacred Dying Journal is the culmination of what she has learned about integrating spiritual and religious practices into the dying experience in a way that is transformative for the individual and their loved ones.
- Are you part of an aging parish?
- Are you struggling to face the reality of your own impending death, or that of a loved one?
- Do you wish you could integrate your faith into end-of-life issues in a concrete way?
This book is for you! Thought-provoking questions about what has meaning in your life, and meditations to help you to realize your spiritual needs will take the reader on a deeply transformative journey. Sacred Dying Journal is also an invaluable resource for pastors, deacons, parish nurses, hospice workers and volunteers, funeral home directors and anyone and everyone who dealing with end-of-life issues.
- Caring for the Body and the Soul
- Sacred Dying in Time Space
- Honoring the Body/Commending the Soul
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Were Phyllis Tickle here to celebrate desired outcomes, a resounding chorus would be heard for what she considered a vital resource, well attuned to the essential, healing work of the Sacred Dying Foundation, whose mission and founder she held in high regard. Written and designed to prod the living to confront and illuminate the unavoidable path ahead, this volume is a tool to build tolerance for looking full-face into our mortality.
This journal is truly a gift most worthy to be explored in depth. In using it with integrity, one opens the heart to the deeper personal mysteries of death and dying.
A beautiful and practical resource. The carefully mapped exercises in this book guide us towards articulating our wishes about what might matter most as death nears. It’s never too early to begin exploring and embracing the reality of our mortality.