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Dying Well: A Holistic Guide for the Dyi

This guide shows how openness, advance planning and the use of complementary therapies can benefit dying people. It gives an emphasis on on herbal remedies, flower essences, exercises and massage techniques, all chosen under the direct supervision of
£11.99
Publisher: Gaia Books
ISBN: 1856750191
Author Reoch, Richard
Pub Date 30/05/1997
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This guide shows how openness, advance planning and the use of complementary therapies can benefit dying people. It gives an emphasis on on herbal remedies, flower essences, exercises and massage techniques, all chosen under the direct supervision of authors and teachers in these fields. The book is in five sections. "Nature's Ways" introduces therapies, exercises and perspectives on death. "Loving and Caring" looks at the environment, treatments and basic skills. "The Great Storm" confronts emotions, attitudes and intimate needs. "Giving and Letting Go" explores growing, forgiving and preparing to die. "The Return Journey" looks at farewells, remembrances and near-death experiences. An extensive resources section tells readers where to find more help and support. Contributors include Dame Cicely Saunders, Clare Maxwell-Hudson, Shirley Price and Yehudi Menuhin. Richard Reoch is the co-author (with Master Lam Kam Chuen) of "The Way of Energy", "Step-By-Step With Tai Chi" and "The Feng Shui Handbook".