The Letter in the Cupboard

About the Letter James, my client, grew up in The Netherlands in the 1950s. His father was in diplomatic work and his mother, Teresa, was a full-time homemaker. His family prized intellectual pursuits, music and the arts. It was a stable time for the family and James and his siblings were strongly encouraged to perfect themselves and make their mark in the world. After Teresa’s death in 2013, when the children were cleaning out her home, the...

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Finding Daniel

Daniel was an avowed atheist. He was also my client Laura’s friend. He died at age 97, some weeks prior to our session (below). Having lost his eyesight, Daniel’s main joy was listening to classical music. He held a strong belief that there was nothing after death and that he would likely be in a state of sleep forever. As Laura watched his decline, it seemed to her that he was having a difficult time facing that “nothingness.” However, Laura...

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Going Out In Style

Going Out In Style

Going Out in Style: A Guide to Planetary Departure By Marcia Beachy, MS, LPC Have you wondered what it’s really like to cross over into the afterlife? Would you like to make it a good trip for yourself—or be an ambassador of goodwill for someone who is dying? If so, welcome to this rich forum of information and compelling personal stories. You may be cynical, frightened, sure or unsure about life and what happens afterward, but in Going Out in...

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