Gifts From the Unknown

Gifts From the Unknown

Using Extraordinary Experiences to Cope With Loss & Change

Book - 2001
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Louis LaGrand, who has had many years of experiences as a grief counselor, is a master at discerning the many ways in which after death communications come to the bereaved as well as people dealing with abuse, disaster, and trauma. In Western society we are taught to ignore such experiences, to laugh them off, and to deride those who take them seriously. But as LaGrand shows so well, they can serve as a very special aid in confronting the loss of a loved one in a unique and life-affirming way that in itself is growth producing. If I were to suffer a great loss, the first person I would turn to is LaGrand, from what I know of him from his three wonderful books. But he is only one person among millions of people in need. So he has done the next best thing: he has made his wisdom and experience available in this book. Because in compiling it he has drawn on all of his varied in-depth experiences and has organized and presented them only after long reflection, reading it may be even better than talking with him in person! Readers, even if they have not suffered a major loss, are likely to be grateful for the book because of the way it opens us to life as well as death. Don't be the one to pass it by.
Rhea A. White
Founder/Director
Exceptional Human Experience Network
Publisher: San Jose, CA. : Authors Choice Press, c2001.
ISBN: 9780595178698
0595178693
Branch Call Number: 152.4 LAG
Characteristics: xvii, 326 p.

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