Drawing from the wisdom of various sources--the contemporary Goddess movement, powerful psychic techniques, and the ancient traditions of Buddhism and Greek mythology--healer and writer Diane Stein leads the reader on a remarkable journey toward loving acceptance, affirmation, and hope. ON GRIEF AND DYING offers a healing perspective and important insights on the central issues of death and loss.
About the Author
Involved with the women's movement and women's spirituality almost from their beginnings, she is a healer, psychic, witch and priestess of the Goddess craft, and a writer whose work has been known since 1969. An activist in women's rights, gay rights, disability rights, and anti-war movements, her work has focuses on inter-relating these issues with women's spirituality and on using her quests for knowledge and education.
Diane Stein was born on September 22, 1948 and holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh, and a BS degree in Education and English from Duquesne University.