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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. After experiencing a paralyzing stroke in and facing her own mortality, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross realized she had some unfinished business to take care of.
So she joined forces with co-author David Kessler, a leader in the field of hospice care, and together they wrote about After experiencing a paralyzing stroke in and facing her own mortality, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross realized she had some unfinished business to take care of.
So she joined forces with co-author David Kessler, a leader in the field of hospice care, and together they wrote about the lessons we can learn about living from those who are dying. As Kessler explains in his introduction, “The dying have always been teachers of great lessons, for it’s when we are pushed to the edge of life that we see most clearly.
Paperbackpages. Published April 28th by Punto de Lectura first published January 25th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. El libro es una memoria sobre su vida. Pareciera que no hemos aprendido nada de la historia. Y ciertamente no hay manera de sanar o ayudar a sanar nada ni a nadie si no comenzamos por sanarnos a nosotros mismos. Hay tanto que aprenderle sobre la vida y la muerte.
Y me quedo con sus sabias palabras: Vive de tal forma que no lamentes las cosas que has hecho ni desees haber actuado de otra manera. Vive con sinceridad y plenamente. This book was recommended by a friend and I rejected it. He was so adamant that I should read it that he gave it to me as a late bday gift. It’s one of the most meaningful gifts I’ve received. This book is not just a memoir of the phenomenal life of Elizabeth Kubler Ross but it’s a guide. A guide to how one should live their life.
Shared by the woman who was an expert on death and dying, her greatest discovery – death means nothing if you live your life to the fullest. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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What an interesting woman! I found the first part of her life fascinating. I have read other people’s comments and I do not agree that she was arrogant. She accomplished many things and one must remember she probably had to work much harder as a woman working in the 60’s and 70’s in her field. She describes seeing butterflies drawn in the barracks in Maidanek, Poland before people were sent in the gas chamber and how Golda, a young woman told her that their is a Hilter in all people.
She definit What an interesting woman! She definitely was courageous to do all she did as a young woman which set the pace to her study on death and dying. She talks how death and dying was a taboo subject among her colleagues but time and again patients wanted honesty and wanted to be around people when they were dying and not alone.
Her descriptions of people’s near experiences of death is similar to another book I have read. Who knows why she befriended a couple who channelled spirits, why she began to believe in fairies and such later on in her life. Perhaps she was looking for something that science couldn’t explain. Regardless she was an incredible woman and the book is truly worth reading. This is a fascinating and wonderfully written memoir by a truly fascinating woman who is not only a psychiatrist deeply committed to understanding not only death but life with the curiosity of a Mystic, but the passion of an Activist.
I would heartily recommend this to anyone deeply curious to know more about human life and it’s meaning.
La Rueda de la Vida = The Wheel of Life
I am a physician and surgeon who has been told he is a psychiatrist as well. I am passionate about matters of the soul, and this was a rich experience of Psyche, This is a fascinating and wonderfully written memoir by a truly fascinating woman who is not only a psychiatrist deeply committed to understanding not only death but life with the curiosity of a Mystic, but the passion of an Activist. I am passionate about matters of the soul, and this was a rich experience of Psyche, the soul Required Reading for the Living Demonstration of a grace filled life.
The author shows us what courage looks like in day to day life. She also demonstrates a flow to living once we let go of fear. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has joined my pantheon of heros.
Her courage, compassion, integrity, and will power was very inspiring.
La rueda de la vida / The Wheel of Life by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross | : Books
rsos I don’t consider myself a cry-er but this book had the water works in full effect. Regardless of whether or not you believe her paranormal experiences, this women always followed her heart and overcame seemingly insurmountable odds.
El primero de los libros que me introdujeron al mundo de la “Logoterapia” y la busqueda del sentido en la vida.
Morir no es tan grave, es solo una etapa mas de la vida. Gracias a mi papa por “olvidar” estos libros cerca de mi librero. Muy recomendable cuando alguien ha sufrido una perdida.
Elizabeth kubler-Ross had and will always be my hero. Interesante la vida de Elisabeth. Un libro que vale la pena leer. This book is for those familiar with Ross’ books and theory for those interested in the psychological development of leading innovative thinkers, and for those interested in the question of the after life.
After lerning Vidq to read this book. Highly motivating true story. Un maravilloso libro que vale la pena leer. Aporta tanta paz que uno deja de temer a la muerte. Kublet libro te lleva de la mano por la vida rkeda la Dra. Este libro forma parte ahora de mis favoritos. Deja un mensaje hermoso y me ha encantado.
I believe that Elisabeth’s mission in life from viad very early age was to spread love and compassion in the world, and she knew it.
What an amazing and interesting life. From her childhood in Switzerland being a triplet, to her gida in Poland helping concentration camp survivors, to her time in the U.
La Rueda de la Vida = The Wheel of Life by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (5 star ratings)
If you ever think your life is hard and needing some inspiration just pick up this book or probably an I believe that Elisabeth’s mission in life from a very early age was to spread love and ,a in the world, and she knew it.
If you ever think your life is hard and needing some inspiration just pick up this book or probably any of her books. Sorry, but this book is ONLY for those prepared for espiritual increaisng.
This book is written for those who love LIFE and want to make it worthy. Prepare yourself for toss life after the life”, with the aknowledgement that the ultimate and biggest mission is the and to LOVE.
Open your soul and let it receive the guide of spiritual masters and your intuition. It was -for me- a big experience, knowing a person whom example of life can be taken, even in this age when the entire world ureda so much l Sorry, but this book is ONLY for those prepared for espiritual increaisng.
It was -for me- a big experience, knowing a person whom example of life can be taken, even in this age when the entire world needs so much love to be shared, but over all, to be the motor of all. Such a life this woman lived! She gave an abundance of comfort, love, and good news in this book, and clarified for me what my ultimate life’s goal should be, and it makes perfect sense.
Now, I can more consciously act to meet that goal. Lw sooner the better, because I’ve always thought this world really sucks and have to make the decision repeatedly, on a daily basis, that I will find something beautiful in it. It still sucks but now I can look foss the suckiness to my greater purpose: After losing my best friend in college, I was ce to Elizabeth Kubler Ross. She is a german scientist who founded the “stages of loss” as well as hospice.
lz She, in her later years, studied dying patients rlss her work explores her work and what she learned. She changed my life, for my perspective on and comfort with death and loss dramatically changed. She’s an absolute saint Her works are a must read! I loved this book! I feel that everyone should read this book to try to really develop an understanding of courage, strength, authenticity, the reality of death and spirit and human consciousness being one.
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross shines through strong, bright and bold in her last book, leaving one in full admiration of all she truly was. I am certain that she continues her great work from the realms of the non-physical. I found this book to be eye opening and awe inspiring. I am humbled by the selfless work this woman did and everything she accomplished in her lifetime. She was not afraid to reda against the grain and do what she felt was right in her heart.