Seven Keys to a Peaceful Passing

Seven Keys to a Peaceful Passing
Author: Derek J. Flores
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 97
Release: 2018
Genre: Hospice care
ISBN: 1732242402

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The idea of entering Hospice Care at the end of one's life can be intimidating and even frightening, especially to those who don't understand what Hospice is and how it should work for patients and families. This book provides a step-by-step guide which will arm you with the practical knowledge you need plus touching patient stories and Derek's own personal experiences with death and dying.

Seven Keys to Rejuvenate

Seven Keys to Rejuvenate
Author: Chantal Michelle
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 388
Release: 2017-03-30
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781504375658

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Seven Keys to Rejuvenate is a powerful, holistic and comprehensive anti-aging guide for women that offers natural, lasting solutions for looking great and feeling great after 40. With the aim of going deeper than tackling your facial wrinkles, Seven Keys to Rejuvenate takes you on a journey of rejuvenation from the inside out. You are going to reclaim the youthful essence with which you can become positively ageless. You will not only look younger, you will feel younger! With Seven Keys to Rejuvenate, you will: Learn to adopt a positive attitude towards your age Renew your passion for life and reconnect with your authentic self Love yourself all over again and improve your body image Manage your stress, time and energy efficiently Use the power of laughter and human connection to thrive Nourish your body and brain for optimal performance and health Discover easy exercises and self-massages to stay vibrant and youthful Create your own beauty toolbox with natural products to take care of your body Forget about surgery, ditch the expensive creams, and learn natural solutions to reverse aging! Are you ready to join me? Chantal has brought together so many aspects of health, well-being, and awareness about energy, about mind, rejuvenation and beauty - all under one umbrella - the umbrella of her program. I recommend her program to women who want to learn about health of the body and mind so that they can create a lifestyle of happiness and well-being. Soorya Resels - Relationship expert at

Peaceful Passage

Peaceful Passage
Author: Kim West
Publsiher: New Heart Publishing
Total Pages: 244
Release: 2010
Genre: Caregivers
ISBN: 0984052666

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"Peaceful Passage is not only for those under hospice care with a terminal illness or for those caregiving a loved one who is dying at home. It is also the essential resouce for coping with any long-term illness, whether it be grandma or grandpa, mother or father, a child, sister or brother or self. With Peaceful Passage you have immediate help any time you need it right at home. Whether you want a quick answer or detailed instructions on handling the many physical, emotional, and spiritual issues that arise you can find answers immediately in this resource. Doctors, nurses, caregivers, hospice workers, hospital and nursing home staff and family members alike will find this an indispensible guide to understanding what is needed in times of illness or palliative care and exactly how to help. Included is also extensive information on grief and the grieving process in order to cope with the losses that come along the way. Peaceful Passage is a comforting and supportive expert friend when you need it most"--Author's note.

The Gift of a Peaceful Death

The Gift of a Peaceful Death
Author: Kathryn F. Weymouth PhD
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 252
Release: 2017-06-30
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781504382120

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Many times you will hear people say that they dont fear death but they do fear what they may have to endure before they reach that final passage. Relying on medical interventions and pharmaceuticals alone often does not bring the peaceful death that people hope for, but by integrating complementary and alternative methods with Western medicine the possibility of having that ease at the end is significantly heightened. In this book you will read accounts by practicing professionals on how and when they use complementary and alternative modalities with their patients and clients. You will read about the many uses of energy healing, including how a hospital chaplain uses it to ease the pain and fear of patients who are on a medical ventilator. You will read about nurses who use essential oils to induce relaxation, reduce pain, and eliminate nausea. The music therapist shares stories of how music can soothe, elevate mood, and bring families together at the end of life. You will see how simple massage techniques can reduce pain and stress and lower blood pressure, how acupuncture can ease symptoms and in one case restored a patients ability to breathe. With the probable exception of palliative care physicians, your medical provider may be prohibited from suggesting these be part of your treatment plan, but you, as the patient, or a family member, can ask for them. Creating an integrative treatment plan is consistent with the philosophy of hospice care: treat the whole person. The founder of the modern hospice movement, Dame Cicely Saunders, MD, saw the suffering of people with terminal illnesses who did not have adequate pain relief, who were lonely and isolated, and who felt spiritually bereft. This book shows how the complementary and alternative methods discussed fit perfectly within the model of holistic care and palliative medicine.

An Account of the Character and Peaceful Death of Pretor Whitty who died April 14 1811 aged sixteen years and seven months With extracts from his correspondence

An Account of the Character  and Peaceful Death  of Pretor Whitty  who died     April 14  1811  aged sixteen years and seven months   With extracts from his correspondence
Author: John BULLAR
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 86
Release: 1811
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0019166447

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Peaceful Death Joyful Rebirth

Peaceful Death  Joyful Rebirth
Author: Tulku Thondup
Publsiher: Shambhala Publications
Total Pages: 353
Release: 2006-12-12
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781590303856

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The author of The Healing Power of Mind draws on Buddhist scripture, firsthand accounts, and other sources to present an overview of Tibetan Buddhist teachings on facing death with openness and insight Buddhism teaches that death can be a springboard to enlightenment—yet for all but the most advanced meditators, it will be the gateway to countless future lives of suffering in samsara. Tulku Thondup wrote this guide to help us heal our fear and confusion about death and strengthen our practice in anticipation of this transition, and to help us realize the enlightened goal of ultimate peace and joy—not only for death and rebirth, but for this very lifetime. In simple language, he distills a vast range of sources, including scriptures, classic commentaries, oral teachings, and firsthand accounts. The book includes: • A downloadable audio program of guided meditations (URL provided in the book) • An overview of the dying process, the after-death bardo states, and teachings on why, where, and how we take rebirth • Accounts by Tibetan "near-death experiencers" (delogs), who returned from death with amazing reports of their visions • Ways to train our minds during life, so that at death, all the phenomena before us will arise as a world of peace, joy, and enlightenment • Simple meditations, prayers, and rituals to benefit the dead and dying • Advice for caregivers, helpers, and survivors of the dying The paperback edition links to a downloadable audio program providing guided instructions by the author on how to visualize Amitabha Buddha in the Pure Realm; how to receive his blessings; how to visualize transforming your body into light and sound at the time of death; how to share the blessings with compassion for all sentient beings; and how to rest in oneness. By becoming intimate with this practice while we're alive, we can alleviate our fear of death, improve our appreciation of this life, and prepare for death in a very practical way, while planting the seeds for rebirth in the Pure Land.

Buddhist Care for the Dying and Bereaved

Buddhist Care for the Dying and Bereaved
Author: Jonathan S Watts,Yoshiharu Tomatsu
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 314
Release: 2012-11-27
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781614290520

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"In collaboration with the Jodo Shu Research Institute (JSRI)."

The Cause

The Cause
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 436
Release: 1895
Genre: Ethical culture movement

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