➪ Close to the Bone Read ➲ Author Jean Shinoda Bolen – Rvtrek.info
My mother in law has given birth to five babies, miscarried one, and has been present at the births of at least 3 other babies She has also been present with at least 3 or 4 people as they died She always talks about how the processes are so clearly the reverse of each other watching the life come into a baby as it starts to breathe seeing the life leave a dying person as they stop breathing I have not been present at a death, but what she says makes sense to me This isn t a book about bi My mother in law has given birth to five babies, miscarried one, and has been present at the births of at least 3 other babies She has also been present with at least 3 or 4 people as they died She always talks about how the processes are so clearly the reverse of e Not a book for everyone, but for the right audience, this is an amazing book for individuals that find themselves at this point on their life journey dealing with a life threatening illness Incredibly well written, I highly recommend it This would be a wonderful read for family members loved ones t A truly wise Crone, Bolen s Close to the Bone is a gift for anyone affected or impacted by life threatening illnesses This book sat on my shelf for over 2 years before I was ready to read it some 2.5 years on from a cancer diagnosis So much of the wisdom mythological reflections in this book r There were some tender and good points that she made, but not everyone is into myths and rituals and so some of the things she suggested made me wrinkle my nose in distaste The good that the book does is to point out the very life shaking events th Bolen s intention to offer metaphors, myths, and rituals as a means of moving through important transitional periods in life and death is profound She provides insight into illness and other transitions at a soul level Beautifully written. For those who are suffering from illnesses and who know people who are, this book shows how some people overcome their sicknesses and some don t Jean also refers a lot to Greek mythology as well as Christianity in the book Being positive does help when one is going through life threatenin Great read, archetypes and Greek mythology, humanity and the finite experience of our lifetime Bolen has tremendous sensitivity, insight and offers powerful support towards our acceptance of the inevitable. This book could be very useful and eye opening for the non spiritual person faced with life threatening illness It gives lots of ways to access some meaningful understanding of our human spirit and living out our purpose. PDF Close To The Bone By Jean Shinoda Bolen Ls17.eu This Is A Book For Any Person Who Is Living With A Life Threatening Illness And For Anyone Who Is Caring For And Or Loves A Person Who Is Ill Bolen Affirms That The Price Of Going Into The Scary Places, Of Feeling Like A Piece Of Green Meat On A Hook, Is High, But Worth It We Have No Choice We Will All Face Health Crises Our Own And Others We Can Try To Bury Our Heads In The Sand Or We Can Travel To The Underworld We Can Probe We Can Listen We Can Connect To What We Know In Our Bones.In The Ten Years Since The Original Publication Of Close To The Bone, Jean Bolen Has Continued To Explore The Impact And The Possibilities For Finding Purpose That Confronting A Serious Illness And Possible Death Present Us This Expanded Edition Includes A New Section About Forming Circles In The Time Of Crises, Plus Stories That Support The Process Of Hope And The Desire To Live And Change As Well As A Very Personal Passage In Which Dr Bolen Tells The Story Of The Death Of Her Son.This Book Is Meant To Help And Heal, To Make People Less Afraid, And To Encourage Them To Trust The Wisdom They Have Inside What They Know In Their Bones10th Anniversary Revised Edition, With A Guide For Those Who Want To Form Support Circles. This book needs to be read by anyone that has had a serious illness, loss, surgery, or even hardship It does feel rather fluffy at times but the book teaches and reminds you of how fragile life can be and that sometimes it takes a horrible event to turn it into a wonderful one.