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The Miracle of Death by Betty J. Kovacs

Jacket: Hardcover
Pages: pages
Publisher: The Kamlak Center; (February 3, 2003)
Genre: Religion and Philosophy
ISBN: 0972100539

Comments about the author: Dr. Kovacs holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at Irvine. According to the book jacket, "She has served many years on the Board of Directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California as Chair, Program Chair and Consultant.


Review: In this book, Dr. Kovacs explores her dreams and those of others after her son is killed in an accident. By looking back on her dream journal and talking with her husband, she finds there were hints in their dreams as to this impending tragedy. Even her son, before his death, shared some dream images with her, and these become part of her exploration. Having a background in mythology or Jungian theory is helpful to the reader but not required. Readers who are acquainted with the writing of Ken Wilber will find much of interest in this work. This is a deep book, which requires significant thought. It looks at the reality of death in a far more complex way than some other texts and does so from a personal perspective.

— Reviewed by: Paula Matuskey
pdmatuske1@aol.com

 
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