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Journey to the Sacred: Mending a Fractured Soul
By: Dr. Jane Simington PhD.
Published by Taking Flight Books International Corporation at Smashwords
Adapted from Journey to the Sacred Mending a Fractured Soul Hardcopy Edition copyright 2002
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At some point in life, each of us struggles in our attempt to make sense of the circumstances surrounding a difficult life experience. The catastrophic event may be situational, such as the loss of a job, the loss of a loved one to death, the loss of a body part, or the loss of the sense of self so deeply felt following victimization. The event may be developmental, such as is experienced as the nest empties, or with the recognition of changes to the physical body associated with aging. These turning points, times after which life will never be the same, force us to leave behind what we have previously treasured. We grieve for what we no longer have. But moving forward in life requires that we not only survive but that we grow from the lessons learned as we wrestle the physical, emotional and spiritual responses of our grief.