After This by Claire Bidwell Smith audiobook

After This: When Life Is Over, Where Do We Go?

By Claire Bidwell Smith, LCPC
Read by Claire Bidwell Smith, LCPC

Blackstone Publishing, Blackstone Publishing 9781594633065
6.75 Hours Unabridged
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Claire Bidwell Smith follows TheRules of Inheritance with After This—anexploration of the afterlife that is part personal and part prescriptive, aninvitation on a journey into the unknown. In her therapy practice specializing in grief, Smith confronts thequandary of what happens next. In a dynamic five-part structure, she answers theunanswerable questions—Will I ever see my parents again? Can my parents see menow, even though they are gone? Will I remain connected to my own daughterswhen I die?—for herself and for all of us. Chronicling our steps along the paththat bridges this world and the next, she undergoes past-life regressions, sessions with mediums and psychics, and immerses herself in the ceremonies oforganized religion and the rigors of scientific experimentation. After This is unique in the powerof the personal that underlies the book’s message: what we believe about whathappens next affects everything about how we live—and love—right now.

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Summary

Summary

Claire Bidwell Smith follows TheRules of Inheritance with After This—anexploration of the afterlife that is part personal and part prescriptive, aninvitation on a journey into the unknown.

In her therapy practice specializing in grief, Smith confronts thequandary of what happens next. In a dynamic five-part structure, she answers theunanswerable questions—Will I ever see my parents again? Can my parents see menow, even though they are gone? Will I remain connected to my own daughterswhen I die?—for herself and for all of us. Chronicling our steps along the paththat bridges this world and the next, she undergoes past-life regressions, sessions with mediums and psychics, and immerses herself in the ceremonies oforganized religion and the rigors of scientific experimentation.

After This is unique in the powerof the personal that underlies the book’s message: what we believe about whathappens next affects everything about how we live—and love—right now.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“With wisdom and grace, Claire Bidwell Smith navigates the mysteries of grief to show us that there is great meaning and even magic to be found in exploring the unknown.” Maria Shriver, New York Times bestselling author of What’s Heaven?
“With deep compassion, profound vulnerability, and transcendent lyricism, Claire Bidwell Smith embraces that which we so often run from in this culture: loss. This is a transformative book that will change the way you think about death, and by extension, life.” Jillian Lauren, New York Times bestselling author of Some Girls

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Author Bio: Claire Bidwell Smith LCPC

Author Bio: Claire Bidwell Smith LCPC

Claire Bidwell Smith is a therapist specializing in grief and the author of two books of nonfiction, including the memoir The Rules of Inheritance, the basis for a major motion picture. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the New School University and a master’s degree from Antioch University. Smith is a licensed therapist in both California and Illinois and has a thriving private practice in Los Angeles, where she lives.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 6.75
Audience: Adult
Language: English