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by Margaret Coberly Ph.D RN
Author: Margaret Coberly Ph.D RN
Publisher: Shambhala; 1 edition (March 12, 2002)
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Working as an emergency room nurse, Margaret Coberly came in contact with death on a daily basis. An important book for both caregivers and patients
Working as an emergency room nurse, Margaret Coberly came in contact with death on a daily basis. An important book for both caregivers and patients. Coberly compellingly demonstrates how terminally ill people can experience emotional and spiritual healing, even when they cannot be cured. -Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing. A much-needed, wise, and helpful guidebook. director of Hospice Nursing Consultants. This is a rich and wise book that will help many people. -Joan Halifax Roshi, Project on Being with Dying, Upaya Zen Center. From the Inside Flap.
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An important book for both caregivers and patients. Demonstrates how terminally ill people can experience emotional and spiritual healing, even when they cannot be cured. Recently added by. UUCFLibrary, UUCSC, VanessaCowie, tjkrisher, arangybird, Chenrezig Institute, bertlvx, DGCEC.
Coberly shows us how this view generates fear and denial, which harm the dying by adding unnecessary loneliness, confusion, and mental anguish to the dying process. Tibetan Buddhism focuses on the nature of death and how to face it with honesty, openness, and courage. In this view, death is not a failure, but a natural part of life that, if properly understood and appreciated, can offer the dying and their loved ones an opportunity to gain valuable insight and wisdom.
This survey of providing fearless, compassionate care for the dying reflects the author's work as an emergency . Sacred Passage is a remarkable and timely book - a consummate marriage of the art of living and the art of dying.
The Western fear of death generates denial and isolation; Tibetan Buddhism focuses on the nature of death, and Sacred Passage illustrates two practical applications of the philosophy for the dying and their caretakers. The Treasure is Always There. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. Sacred Passage is a remarkable and.
Margaret Coberly is uniquely qualified to guide this down-to-earth exploration about how to care for the dying. Sacred Passage offers essential insights of benefit to everyone who cares for terminally ill patients, insights that can transform sad events into opportunities for spiritual awareness. After many years of professional emergency room and hospice nursing experience, she completed a doctorate in psychology in which she explored Tibetan Buddhist perspectives on death and the application of these perspectives in caring for the dying.
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One important and obvious realization that can come to light when thinking about death is that death is inevitable. Through the process of further reflection, a greater awareness of death occurs and eventually a calm presence in the face of death can be developed. This article is excerpted from: Sacred Passage: How to Provide Fearless, Compassionate Care for the Dying by Margaret Coberly, P. MARGARET COBERLY, P. has been a nurse for more than thirty years, working in inner-city trauma centers and in hospice settings. She holds a doctorate in psychology and lectures at the University of Hawaii.