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Reading Kathleen Westberg's "Dying is weird" brings the reader along her personal journey in such a natural and lighthearted way that you are effortlessly transported to share it. It was a timely read for me as well as I had lost my Grandmother and a relationship within months of each other. I had developed a strong interest in spirituality and signs from the Great Beyond. Far too many of us often ignore signs from our dearly departed. I loved the various stories shared in her book. There is a strong bond between the reader and Kathleen as she searches for meaning, stumbles a bit along the way (The native american retreat story is particularly hysterical) and as recalls the words and experiences of her close family members. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, it's elegant simplicity and clear message that, yes, in fact, dying is weird so lets talk about it before its too late.
I read this book, and then read it again just to savor Ms. Westberg's heartfelt and touching memories and musings about her metaphysical journey. You will find this an insightful and compelling read, and if, like me, you see a parallel your own journey, perhaps that is because we who are on this path, or have shared such conversations of life , death, dying, dreams, the afterlife and every step in between, will find a kindred voice that says there is something more than even this. And sometimes your loved ones (mine did most assuredly) will let you know they are nearby to offer love, and guidance. I truly appreciated this book. I highly recommend it!
I laughed and cried my way through this book. What a loving, close-knit family. As a fellow Cayce-traveler, my search for the meaning of life followed a similar path. It is comforting to know that "average" people can have profound revelations on their way back to God and find real peace and understanding of their place in life.
What a wonderfully told story of the journey to enlightenment and a holistic approach to life and death! Kathleen Westberg brings her family members to life and through them explains her own journey is such an endearing manner. This book is so much about the journey of life through understanding death!
An easy to love book. Kathleen's voice is genuine and honest. Reflecting on family members transitioning through the end of life we learn about the love of siblings, parents and forever friends. A reflection when all put together becomes an awareness of life coming to full-circle.
A wonderful ride along with the author during her travels and discoveries in search of meaning and spiritual enlightenment. A journey filled with laughter and tears as you are drawn into the author’s life and share her life and death experiences with her family and friends. Kathleen is a great story teller and I was left wanting more!
Great book! Dying is Weird is an emotional jouney that will make you laugh out loud and cry. Kathleen is an amazing author who is able to make you feel her experiences through her descriptive writing. I didn't want this story to end!