Grace and Grit: Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber
M.H. Gill & Company U. C., 1994 - 432 pages
The story of a woman's long fight against serious illness, told by her psychologist husband, and combined with extracts from her own journals. It conveys insights into psychotherapy and women's spirituality and into meditation, questioning both conventional and New Age approaches to illness.
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This is a deep love story of the author and his new wife battling cancer, understanding life’s meaning and finally death from the world-renowned philosopher and psychologist. Read full review
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The incredible story of Ken Wilber's first wife and her struggle with cancer. Ken Wilber is an innovative philosopher and long-time meditator, and he weaves many fascinating ideas into the narrative ... Read full review
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