White Eagle's Little Book of Comfort for the Bereaved
White Eagle's 'Little Book of Comfort for the Bereaved' is essential reading for anyone who has 'lost' a loved one. In this new collection of the most comforting, helpful and informative passages of the White Eagle teaching on death, White Eagle deals with the subject so many of us long to understand: life after death. He guides us through the experience of passing into the world of light; helping us to make a beautiful spiritual contact with our loved ones there.
This book speaks to everyone, and helps us to know that in our personal experience of death, we are never alone.
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Extracts are also available on a CD, read by three voices.
Review by Lesley Tarrant Belcourt
‘White Eagle’s Little Book of Comfort for the Bereaved’ is a wonderfully helpful book for anyone who has lost a loved one, providing essential reading to help you through the grief and shock following a death. It would also be a fascinating read for anyone interested in the experience of death. A very readable book, this could be dipped into for an instant moment of comfort, or provide a detailed basis for discussion and quiet reflection.
White Eagle explains life after death, the very process of death and the role played by the angel of death, as well as guiding us through the experience of passing into the world of light. The book helps us to make a beautiful spiritual contact with our loved ones and to experience a spiritual comfort. An accompanying CD is available, enabling the reader or listener to make an even deeper, more inspiring connection to White Eagle’s words.
So many people who have experienced death have described this book as helpful, comforting, reassuring. On a personal level, this book has helped me through at times when nothing else could or would touch me. It lifts you above the agony of grief and enables help to come. Do buy one for yourself, or for anyone you know who has lost a loved one.