Beyond the Veil
Our Journey Home
by Diane Goble
We’re all going to die some day so–
shouldn’t we all be looking into this event instead of living in denial and pretending it only happens to other people?
shouldn’t we at least have some tools available to us so when it does, however it does, we’re prepared and know what to do next?
shouldn’t we prepare ourselves to take care of and comfort a loved one who is terribly ill or elderly and facing their own death?
That’s what I thought when I first began writing this book, which is what I was asked to do when I decided to come back into my body during my near-death experience while drowning during a white water river rafting accident in 1971.
The answers to all those questions you have about death, dying and what comes next are between these covers.
The paperback, published by Cosmic Creativity, is now available on amazon.com and at most major book retailers.
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… a way for individuals to consciously prepare for what’s to come, and to better understand the life in their death, and what happens next. Anyone can benefit from this book, so keep it handy. You may use it more often than you think.
~ P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D., researcher and author of Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of the Story and We Live Forever: The Real Truth About Death
There is no easy way to bring up the conversation of death but Goble’s book shows us why this is one of the most important discussions that we can have.
~ Josie Varga, author of Visits from Heaven and Visits to Heaven
Ultimately learning how to be fully present and conscious for the one who is passing is one of the greatest gifts you can offer someone you love.
~ JoAnn Chambers, Vibrational Sound Healer and co-author of The Sonic Keys: Sound, Light & Frequency; DNA Activation, and The Secret of Abundance
This is a conversation you must have with yourself…
and probably should have with all family members–
not that you need to have all the answers right now, but just to get you started thinking about these important questions before it’s necessary to know the answers so there won’t be any family disagreements in the heat of a crisis. We all need to have these conversations about the end of our lives and what we do want and don’t want as far as treatment options, including invasive procedures, aggressive therapies, prescription drugs, palliative care, hospice, and when and where we choose to die, depending on the circumstances and based on our own values, traditions and beliefs. Ideally we need to review our choices every 5 years as we get older, if we have health changes, lifestyle changes, because we often make different decisions as our age and circumstances change. We need to think about situations like–
If your heart stopped right now, what is your family’s plan?
Does anyone know where your important papers, passwords, contacts, valuables are kept and what you want done with them and who to contact after you’re gone?
If your persistent headaches led to a diagnosis of an inoperable brain tumor and a diagnosis of 6 months or less to live, would you consider the Death with Dignity option (do you know if it’s available in your state/country, what the requirements are)?
Are you aware that your Emergency Contact is not necessarily your Healthcare Representative unless that person is also designated in your Advance Healthcare Directive/Living Will?
If your spouse had a sudden illness requiring hospitalization, what things would you have to do that you wouldn’t ordinarily do? What if the person had been in an accident and was in a coma?
Do you really know what it means if you say do everything to save me?
Knowing that at some point you will die, how do you hope your death will be? Have you told anyone? Have you contemplated your own death?
Have you considered how you would manage becoming a full-time caregiver for a severely ill child or an elderly parent?
If you are entering your dying process, have you reconciled your life and found peace of mind or do you fear what lies ahead?
Beyond the Veil: Our Journey Home
was written by Diane Goble, a near-death experiencer who became a spiritual teacher, based on what she learned during her journey home and was asked to bring back to share with as many people as she could.
Her primary message is– We Don’t Die!
Her book is a resource manual, chock full of information about the options that are available to us as we are preparing ourselves for transition or being a caregiver for someone who is in the dying process.
It is a training manual based on the author’s professional course to teach caregivers to be Transition Guides for their dying loved ones or patients.
It is a personal workbook with plenty of Notes pages for those soon departing as they are guided through the practice of the Art of Conscious Dying and writing their own Personal Transition Guidebook.
It is printed in large type.
For those of you who need more, go to BeyondtheVeil.net. Diane will be offering classes and webinars with special guests, and private consultations about end-of-life issues and conversations in the near future. If you would like to receive updates, fill out the following form: