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7 Lessons for Living from the Dying by Dr. Karen Wyatt
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7 Lessons for Living from the Dying by Dr. Karen Wyatt
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Apr 03, 2020 | ISBN 9781786783110

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‘Clearly and succinctly written, and with deeply profound insights, this is a highly recommended book for those in the land of the living from those no longer with us. Don’t wait until then to get the message! Buy it now and benefit from its life-changing insights before it’s too late!’
-Ken Wilber, author of The Integral Vision

‘In 7 Lessons on Living from Dying, Dr. Karen Wyatt addresses a long-standing taboo in our youth-obsessed, feel-good society: death and the process of dying. Since everyone dies—the statistics are really quite compelling—we ought to pay attention to death’s significance and meaning in advance. How? It makes sense to consult the experts. This means listening to the dying, the true experts, which is what Dr. Wyatt has done. This book exemplifies the truth in the old Zen saying, ‘If you die before you die, then when you die you will not die.’ In other words, prepare. But if you find yourself resisting reading a book on these matters, hey, you’re probably someone who needs these seven lessons the most. But so do we all, which is why this splendid book should be widely read.’
- Larry Dossey, MD, author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions

‘For many of us what life is about and what really matters doesn’t become reality until we accept our mortality. Karen Wyatt has learned from her life and work about what really matters and her book of lessons is filled with the words and lessons of wisdom a life coach would share.’
– Bernie Siegel, MD, author of The Art of Healing and A Book of Miracles 

‘Dr. Karen Wyatt brings the relevance of everyday life to the meaning of life. Through her hospice work, Dr. Wyatt has shared the moment of crossing over with many, including a very special caring lady—her Mother. In her book Karen meets the reader with a warm and gentle awareness—one that reminds us of the inevitable moment when we breathe our last breath. The meaning and importance of the transition period from life to death is all too often overlooked, and as a result, we spend our lives denying the steady steps of death. As Walt Whitman said, ‘Though our hearts are stout and brave, still like distant drums they’re beating funeral marches to the grave.’ Karen’s approach to preparing for one of the most important days of our lives is very real, and it turns out that this preparedness gives rise to miracles that we may have otherwise missed in our everyday life. There is a glorious finitude to our human existence in this time and space, and Karen catches this mystery while inspiring all to live more fully every day! I urge you to read this book.’
– Eldon Taylor, PhD, FAPA, NY Times Bestselling author of Choices and Illusions

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