The Lightworker's Guide to Healing Grief

Look around you: someone you know is grieving something – a death, a divorce, injury, property loss. Maybe that person is you.

In The Lightworker’s Guide to Healing Grief, author Tina Erwin explores the effective use of practical grief tools to help anyone heal grief. Have you ever wanted to know:

• what can you say to a parent who has lost a child?
• how do you help a grieving family?
• how More

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About Tina Erwin

Tina Erwin, CDR, USN, Ret, has studied the spiritual side of life for many years, gaining insight into the interpersonal relationships at the heart of everyday living. Her writing comes from an intense desire to know and understand the unseen world of action and reaction combined with a sincere desire to share this understanding with other knowledge seekers. Her first book, The Lightworker's Guide to Healing Grief [2009] is a treatise on how to help yourself or someone else to heal grief. Her second book, The Lightworker's Guide to Everyday Karma [2011] is a lighthearted look at applying the principles of karmic law to everyday life.
Her lifelong studies into the esoteric side of life were further enhanced by the experiences of a dynamic 20-year career in the Navy, working for the U.S. Submarine Force, retiring at the commander level. CDR Erwin found the Navy to be a tremendous schoolhouse in which to study all the facets of human/spiritual behavior, from the worst, to the finest levels of humanity. She also noted that Submariners all seemed to have a heightened level of intuition, or gut feeling – truly an essential skill when you deliberately sink your ship!
Erwin currently writes a weekly column on the philosophy of life, called Light Times. Tina lives in San Diego, CA. She has been happily married to the love of her life, Submariner, CDR Troy J. Erwin, USN Ret for 38 years. You can learn more on her website:

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