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'The Art of Dying' contains accounts by the dying, and those who have been with the dying in their final hours, which help us to understand that death is a process. The experiences suggest that we are looked after throughout the transition from life to death, and taken on a journey into love and light by loved PDF ones who come back to take us.

  • The Art Of Dying Peter Fenwick Pdf Files Fenwick has been part of the editorial board for a number of journals, including the, the and the Journal of Epilepsy and Behaviour. Near-death research Fenwick's interest in near-death experiences was piqued when he read 's book.
  • In films such as Flatliners, recent Telegraph articles and the Journal of Near Death Studies, a question is being asked: 'Could NDEs be glimpses of heaven?' Dr Peter Fenwick, consultant neuropsychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital, presides over the International Association for Near-Death Studies. In response to a 1987.
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The Art of Dying is a contemporary version of the medieval Ars Moriendi--a manual on how to achieve a good death. Peter Fenwick is an eminent neuropsychiatrist, academic and expert on disorders of the brain. His most compelling and provocative research has been into the end of life phenomena, including near-death experiences and deathbed visions of the dying person, as wel...more
Published August 26th 2008 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published June 30th 2008)
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Is there an art to dying? What can we do to achieve a good death? We have few special rituals to prepare for death, or to mark it and we often fail to help the dying prepare for death.
I don’t want anyone reading this review to think that I have a morbid slant on life. My only excuse is that since I lost a loved one two years ago, I have become philosophically involved in trying to find a meaning between our life on earth and death and whether there is anything afterwards. But then this issue h
Jul 22, 2018James Koppert rated it really liked it
Very interesting book which looks at the experiences of those who have been around people who are dying and all the strange experiences that are seemingly commonplace. The books purpose is to teach that death is not to be feared and to stop stressing in life as we are only here for a short while.
Jul 07, 2015Gabriella Alexandra rated it it was amazing
This book is one of the best books you will ever read, because it will forever alter your view of death if it is one of fear, and it will reinforce it if it is positive. I truly believe that our world would be a different place if everyone took the time to read this book. People would spend more time on love and learning because they wouldn't be so scared that their time is 'running out.' This book is filled with numerous personal accounts of people who have communicated with the dead and dying,...more
Dec 21, 2015Marjan rated it it was amazing
Arguably one of the most comprehensive book on the subject. The process of death and dying is segmented into characteristic phases which are then separately discussed and backed up with a number of first-hand testimonies (probably collected by the authors themselves). But the ending chapters, in which authors discuss their findings against a huge background of existing literature (from The Tibetan Book of the Dead to modern day philosophical and medical sources), are no less interesting. It is c...more
Excellent. Wonderful personal experiences! My mother shared with my sisters & me a wonderful awareness of beings & spoke with them the day before she passed away.
Jul 14, 2019Karen Slora rated it it was ok
Shelves: medicine-health, psychology, scholarly, science
At first I thought it incredibly boring as the authors describe, in great detail, common experiences that the living claim to have had happen at the same time as the death of a loved one. The authors do indicate that about 10% of people they surveyed had these “coincidences “. What about the 90%? I do feel we shouldn’t just discard these phenomena because we can’t really measure them and that consciousness may exist separate from the brain. Scientific research is needed and the authors attempt t...more
May 23, 2019Pauline rated it it was amazing
This book's title makes it sound far more foreboding than it actually is. It's a wonderfully constructed book illustrating what a good number of people in hospice or on the verge of passing on (dying) tend to do or say that is in common. Reading what people who are about to pass on think, see and say is so inspiring and reassuring to those left behind. Unusual coincidences that occur to nearest friends or relatives at the point of a person's death are also extremely heartening. There is no other...more
Aug 09, 2019evie rated it The art of dying peter fenwick pdf files pdfit was amazing
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Today, mum in her gentle state of half sleep named some of her relatives that I recall from my childhood. Long gone now.
This book contains accounts of near death experiences both from the dying, and those who have been with the dying. Personally I found it comforting and totally interesting to discover that such joyful moments occurr at our life's end.
Reading this as my mother reaches the end of her life has been a positive experience.
Life in my book is mirrored in the life of my real world.
Jun 29, 2018Tania rated it really liked it
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Mar 21, 2016Juan Carlos Portero rated it really liked it
Always looking for Hospice-related books-this had LOTS of personal anecdotes.
This book has wonderful personal experiences and I loved reading them. I did not like how the author kept analyzing every story, that got a little boring. But overall, it was a good read.
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A new book to help the dying, their loved ones and their health care workers better understand the dying process and to come to terms with death itself. The Art of Dying is a contemporary version of the medieval Ars Moriendi--a manual on how to achieve a good death. Peter Fenwick is an eminent neuropsychiatrist, academic and expert on disorders of the brain. His most compelling and provocative research has been into the end of life phenomena, including near-death experiences and deathbed visions of the dying person, as well as the experiences of hospice and palliative care workers and relatives of dying people. Dr. Fenwick believes that consciousness may be independent of the brain and so able to survive the death of the brain, a theory which has divided the scientific community. The 'problem with death' is deeply rooted in our culture and the social organization of death rituals. Fenwick believes that with serious engagement and through further investigation of these phenomena, he can help change attitudes so that we in the West can face up to death, and embrace it as a significant and sacred part of life. We have become used to believing that we have to shield each other from the idea of death. Fear of death means we view it as something to be fought every step of the way. Aimed at a broad popular readership, The Art of Dying looks at how other cultures have dealt with death and the dying process (The Tibetan 'death system', Swedenborg, etc.) and compares this with phenomena reported through recent scientific research. It describes too the experiences of health care workers who are involved with end of life issues who feel that they need a better understanding of the dying process, and more training in how to help their patients die well by overcoming the common barriers to a good death, such as unfinished business and unresolved emotions of guilt or hate. From descriptions of the phenomena encountered by the dying and those around them, to mapping out ways in which we can die a 'good death', this book is an excellent basis for helping people come to terms with death.