HONOLULU, Oct. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Death is part of the human experience that can result in deeply seated grief, despair and numbness unless the individual sinks into the river of emotions unleashed by sorrow. In this poetry collection, Poems From the Path, author Ruey Ryburn shares the journey from grief to joy, from hopelessness to inner peace.
In this anthology, the author illustrates that life can again become meaningful and joy-filled after deep grief and loss, if one is willing to undergo the intense inner examination of uncomfortable feelings associated with the death of loved one. A person can let go and find the light at the end of the tunnel by going through that inner connection to the Divine Presence.
This collection of poems was written since the passing of the author's daughter Mindy, who was a wonderful poet. These myriad poems describe the pain and despair of losing a beloved, as well as the journey of a deepening and sweet connection to Spirit that heals and restores faith.
Garnished with beautiful photography by Kauakea Winston, this poetry book brings hope, inner peace, and grace to seekers wishing to ease the despair from loss. It also guides the reader into a meditative awakening into Divine Presence.
About the Author
Ruey Ryburn is a certified practitioner of Brennan Healing Science. She maintains an active healing practice in Honolulu, where she created and runs the Sacred Path Healing School.
She is a diploma graduate of the four-year certification program and subsequent faculty member of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing. She is also a Sacred Heart TM Yoga certified teacher.
She has a doctorate in public health (DrPH). She is a registered nurse (RN) and a nurse practitioner (NP). She also has master's degrees in nursing (MS) and public health (MPH). She retired in 2000 as Professor Emeritus from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa.
Poems from the Path by Ruey Ryburn
Publication Date: 2009
Price: $7.90; 60 pages; ISBN 978-1-4389-4038-0
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