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What shared journeys to the afterlife teach about dying well and living better

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What shared journeys to the afterlife teach about dying well and living better

"The more I spoke with individuals who had experienced a shared crossing event, the more I also noticed repeating patterns. A woman in West Virginia and a woman in Australia…
February 5, 2022

What shared journeys to the afterlife teach about dying well and living better

“The more I spoke with individuals who had experienced a shared crossing event, the more I also noticed repeating patterns. A woman in West Virginia and a woman in Australia with deeply similar experiences around the loss of a baby. A grown daughter in California and a grown daughter in Pennsylvania; a woman in Alabama and a man in Spain. None had met, yet each spoke a common language. Again and again, I found that this moment of shared connection that they had experienced also changed their lives and how they chose to live them in unexpected ways. It provided insight. It provided closure. It made end-of-life decisions easier. It eased grief.”

William Peters is a grief and bereavement therapist and author of At Heaven’s Door: What Shared Journeys to the Afterlife Teach About Dying Well and Living Better.

He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “What shared journeys to the afterlife teach about dying well and living better.”

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