Elizabeth Weber


Elizabeth Weber has a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Seasons of Change Master Coach.

Smashwords Interview

What prompted you to write this book?
After going through my own profound mourning experience, I was so inspired that I couldn't stop talking about it to family and friends. But I remember seeing looks of extreme astonishment and disbelief. They simply could not understand how I could use the word "beautiful" to describe enduring a painful loss. No one had ever heard of such an idea before. I knew then that I had something unique to write about.
What can readers expect to take-away from this book?
Through a synchronistic encounter--or what you could call grace--I learned about a way of viewing all change by understanding the seasons. I was encouraged to view the death of my husband, and my subsequent plunge into despair, as the "Winter" of my soul and to take all the steps that are appropriate for Winter; such as, deepen my root system and be still. In time, I was led to "prepare the soil" and "select the seeds" of the new life that I wanted to cultivate with care. Readers can expect to find a similar roadmap for their own life. By attuning to the seasons we find that life always wants to return us to Spring. In fact, it's Life's promise to us!
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A Beautiful Mourning
By Elizabeth Weber
Price: Free! Words: 23,620. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Elizabeth's memoir, A Beautiful Mourning, is about her deeply transformative journey both into and out of the mourning process where she found that darkness does not need to be something to fear rather it can be a regenerative womb of healing and rebirth. She has "returned with the elixir" to inspire anyone who has loved and lost--to live and love again!

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bereavement    dark night    gratitude    grief    loss    mourning    rebirth    renewal    transformation