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What People Are Saying About The Book

Michael Beckwith

“Patt Lind-Kyle’s Embracing the End of Life is an invitation into the most tender and awake aspect of being human.  Those who are fortunate enough to have gravitated to this book will find it to be a wise handbook for living.”

Michael Bernard Beckwith,  author of Spiritual Liberation, Founder Agape International Spiritual Center

“The fear of dying keeps countless people from living fully—as well as keeping countless others trapped in endless suffering. Embracing the End of Life will help all of us prepare joyously for the inevitable.”

Christiane Northrup, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Goddesses Never Age

Anodea Judith

“Patt Lind-Kyle has written an essential book for the universal rite of passage that each of us must eventually face. … It is high time that the culture claims this passage in reverence, and with proper preparation. This book offers the way to create a peaceful and enlightening death—just as it should be.”

Anodea Judith, author of Wheels of Life

Dale Borglum

“This is the most comprehensive and practical book on preparing to die consciously. How to prepare psychologically, spiritually, and legally all presented in an approachable and usable manner. If you have any questions about healing your fear of death, read Patt’s book.”

Dale Borglum, PhD, founder of The Living/Dying Project

Jacob Liberman

“In Embracing the End of Life, Patt Lind-Kyle unravels the most important and most misunderstood aspect of life. For within the mystery of dying lies the key to living. This is a must-read for anyone wishing to breathe and live fully.”

Dr. Jacob Liberman, author of Light: Medicine of the Future

Dawson Church

“In this comforting and practical book, Patt Lind-Kyle clearly lays out the practicalities of dying for us and for those around us. … This wonderful resource is our guidebook to the country we’re all bound for, transforming death from a terrifying mystery to a conscious transition to the love that lies beyond.”

Dawson Church, PhD, author of The Genie in Your Genes

Emmett Miller

“In a culture such as ours that denies what it doesn’t understand, this is an intensely needed book. … The author of this book has been stalked by death but has also stalked death herself, and been handed a most valuable gift that she passes on to us in this entertaining guidebook to a hitherto unknown land.”

Emmett Miller, MD, author of Deep Healing

Linda Fitch

“[Embracing the End of Life] … is a must-have book for anyone who works with death and dying.”

Linda L. Fitch, shamanic teacher of Dying Consciously

Larry Dossey

“Drawing on the world’s greatest spiritual traditions as well as modern science, author Patt Lind-Kyle pulls back the curtain of death and helps annul the horror that humans often experience in life’s final chapter. … It is difficult to imagine a more important contribution, because our very survival as a species on Earth will largely depend on our beliefs about what happens in the greatest transition of all.”

Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind

John Renesch

“Patt Lind-Kyle has given us a marvelous manual for preparing the transition we all will make eventually. Brilliantly done, Embracing the End of Life provides the reader with many resources and guidelines that one can employ in ending one’s life consciously—a major benefit for oneself and one’s family and loved ones who remain.”

John Renesch, author of The Great Growing Up

DrC Norman Shealy

“Forty-seven years ago, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross rocked the world with her discussions on death. Her work largely led to the use of hospice. We ordinary mortals need a deeper personal journey to our own preparation for the inevitable march to that couch on which we lie down. Here is a wonderful guide.”

Clyde Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, neurosurgeon and author of Blueprint for Holistic Healing

Roxanne Howe-Murphy

“In her most recent book, Patt Lind-Kyle has offered a rare gem … a resource that guides us through the realms of expansive and liberated living that also helps us prepare for conscious dying.”

Roxanne Howe-Murphy, EdD, author of Deep Living

Karen Wyatt MD

“Patt Lind-Kyle’s transformational book offers the precise guidance needed for the contemplation of death along with the tools to actually transcend fear and discover the joy of living with full awareness of mortality.”

Karen M. Wyatt, MD, author of What Really Matters

Jeff Kane MD

“In Embracing the End of Life, Patt Lind-Kyle offers readers a multitude of useful approaches to the subject, along with numerous meditation exercises … and information on advance directives, organ donation, and other issues. This book can serve as a helpful unpacking of Ram Dass’s advice, ‘I assure you, dying is perfectly safe.’ ”

Jeff Kane, MD, author of How to Heal and Healing Healthcare

Judith Aston

“I am extremely impressed with Patt Lind-Kyle’s tremendous knowledge, experience, wisdom and her platform for sharing the important subject of life, death, and dying with us. What Patt has done with the scope of this wisdom and application is an epic venture extraordinaire.”

Judith Aston, Founder of Aston Kinetics

Marc Lesser

“Embracing the End of Life provides powerful and inspiring insights and guidance along the path to freedom; freedom to face the obvious, inevitable part of our lives we call death; freedom to be fully alive.”

Marc Lesser, CEO, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute and author of Know Yourself, Forget Yourself

Rev Jerry Farrell

“Patt Lind-Kyle gently takes our hand and walks us consciously through the death and dying process. In doing so she is a handmaiden to help us discover our true Self, and we learn that we are already the light into which we continue our journey.”

Rev. Jerry Farrell, Unity minister and former hospice chaplain

Donna Eden and David Feinstein

“An eminently practical guide for dealing with pertinent details, from the prosaic—such as living wills and medical directives—to the esoteric. … If you think there is a chance you may one day die, we highly recommend this book.”

Donna Eden and David Feinstein, PhD, New York Times bestselling authors of Energy Medicine

Gail Aldrich

“In her latest book, Patt makes a major contribution to the field of death and dying, as well as helping us work through how to live our best life until the end.”

Gail Aldrich, Principal, The Aldrich Partnership

DrPim van Lommel

Embracing the End of Life is … a very useful and practical guide for everybody who is consciously willing to change and to live a more happy, vital and spiritual life by diminishing the fear of one’s own death.”

—Dr. Pim van Lommel, MD, cardiologist, New York Times bestselling author of Consciousness Beyond Life: The Science of the Near Death Experience.

Gary Malkin

Embracing the End of Life is perhaps the most important book about death and dying present today.

—Gary Malkin, seven-time Emmy Award–winning composer and co-author of Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying

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