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Find the "touchpoint" of grief with this collection of healing meditations. The Grief Process is an in-depth workshop with best selling authors Stephen and Ondrea Levine, which explores how anyone can resolve grief through meditation. Working with a group of people caught in the wake of physical and emotional loss, the Levines explain how grief can lead to an "armoring of the heart." They demonstrate a series of deeply felt exercises which they've developed and refined over many years of work with meditation groups, hospice residents, and others. Based on classic principles of awareness training, these techniques include a special forgiveness meditation and offer an opportunity for true healing.
©1999 Stephen and Ondrea Levine; (P) Sounds True, All Rights Reserved; Cover Image: Image Bank

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  • Colin
  • Fort Wayne, IN, USA
  • 05-08-08

Content seems good, audio quality very poor

This sounds like it was recored on a cellphone. Levine's material sounds good but I couldn't make it past an hour as the sound quality was so poor. Watch out at the end of the first meditation (about 12:00) as there's a sudden squeal that will jerk you out of any meditative state you may have achieved.

Wish I could say more about the content as this is a very important topic.

8 of 9 people found this review helpful