The Western Book of Death
by Adriana Balthazar MD; PhD
Death is a process which is one with that of life. Death is the joyous activity of Spirit ever and ever entering into life. There is only continuity. There is no death.
As a doctor and spiritual teacher, Adriana Balthazar MD; PhD has seen too many people afraid of death. Treating death and mourning as a taboo subjects hurts both the dying and their loved ones.
In The Western Book of Death, Balthazar seeks to illuminate the misunderstandings that have poisoned us. With open communication and a new perspective, we will become prepared, both for our own death and those around us. Instead of seeing death as an end we will truly see it for what it is only one part of a long and continuing journey.
Both spiritually rich and comfortingly practical, The Western Book of Death serves as a valuable guidebook for every stage of life.
About the Author:
Adriana Balthazar MD; PhD was born in Argentina. She graduated medical school at the National University of Cordoba. After immigrating to the United States she practiced for many years in New York City specializing in internal medicine and endocrinology.
Seeking greater wisdom to provide more help for her patients, Balthazar studied metaphysics, astrology, polarity therapy, and a wide variety of healing methods.
Balthazar now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Though retired from medicine, she continues to teach metaphysics, mediation, and tai chi chuan.
(2015, Paperback, 148 pages)