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What Really Matters chronicles the life transformations experienced by Dr Karen Wyatt and her patients and their. A journey through different stages of self knowledge and spiritual growth this is an uplifting and inspiring book The Author writes with candor and her story intertwined with her patients stories forms a beautiful and poetic pattern that may be a blueprint of a journey to take into discovering one's higher self I loved itMaria CarmoLisbon 26th March 2014 A Friend in Need of self knowledge and spiritual growth this is an uplifting and inspiring book The Author writes with candor and her story intertwined with her patients stories forms a beautiful and poetic pattern that may be a blueprint The Good Housekeeping Cookbook of a journey to take into discovering Un baiser sucré pour le coeur d'un garçon one's higher self I loved itMaria CarmoLisbon 26th March 2014


10 thoughts on “What Really Matters

  1. says:

    I am sure this book will be inspiring to some people I am just not one of them There is value in a lot of what is discussed but it fell short and a bit too preachy for my taste The concept of gaining life perspective from death holds a lot of merit but there just was not enough to hold my attention or get me really thinking However if you are someone who has an idealistic or faith based outlook on life this may be a great book that will give you further inspiration


  2. says:

    A journey through different stages of self knowledge and spiritual growth this is an uplifting and inspiring book The Author writes with candor and her story intertwined with her patients stories forms a beautiful and poetic pattern that may be a blueprint of a journey to take into discovering one's higher self I loved itMaria CarmoLisbon 26th March 2014


  3. says:

    This book contains everything i have been told by a very wise teacher After my father's death a door opened for me that i never thought possible I have awakened And now I never want to go back to unknowing I understand my purpose and this book reaffirms that


  4. says:

    The 7 lessons for Living are presented with stories of patients from the author's work as a Hospice MD She writes with experience not only from dealing with the dying but her own life The book is filled with wisdom and compassion I recommend the book for you to live your life to the fullest now while you still have your health or if you are nearing death to help you resolve conflicts or inner disturbances in order to move to the end of physical life with peace and love


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    Introduction of the skills and insight needed at deathIt’s important to finding meaning in life through facing death Reminding ourselves that death is inevitable and everything is impermanent the author frames the experience of Jesus dynamic no on the cross through uoting many Buddhist and other uotes


  6. says:

    This book is the kind of booksthat make you sad for good reasonsAnd it could be at the same categoryas the book of Atul Gawande Being Mortal


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    This book was written by a physician who has spent many years caring for hospice patients She wrote this book to share the life lessons that she learned from her patients The lessons are based on seven statements that Jesus Christ uttered on the cross;The meaning of Suffering I thirstLove and recognizing life's priorities Woman behold your son; behold your motherForgiveness and letting go of limiting beliefs and past traumas Father forgive them for they know not what they are doingParadise Truly I say to you today you will be with me in ParadiseThe true Purpose of existence My God my God for this I was kept this was the destiny for which I was bornSurrender and the key to unlocking the flow of grace O my Father into thy hands I commit my SpiritImpermanence and transcending fear It is fulfilledThis book uses verses from the Bible but it's spiritual focus is not limited to any particular religious belief The book has a strong message for readers of any faith or philosophyThe chapters in this book include case studies of specific patients that Dr Wyatt has worked with in the past These stories illustrate how patients and their family members can experience profound spiritual growth during the final days of lifeI read this book because of the experiences that my family had with hospice care when my father suffered from congestive heart failure and passed away in October 2010I found the case studies and the teachings in this book to be very poignant and touching I found myself in tears many times as I read this bookI think one of the hardest lessons to learn is that we will all die and that death is not to be feared We must stop denying death and focus on living lives that really matter The final chapter in this book provides ideas for implementing the 7 Lessons in daily life I think you will find much food for thought in this book This book will inspire and motivate you to make some changes in your life


  8. says:

    The author's line of work adds validity to the contents of this book The reader will love getting to know about the author and discovering just why she does what she does ie going on medical missions The book itself is not simply composed of others' experiences but the authors' own Death may not be a favorite topic of conversation but should be considered importantconsidering we're all going to experience it The book does have plenty of death in it but will not be gloomy at all Instead the author has infused the book with small lessons memories and life The seven lessons referenced in the title links back to the last seven words of the Christ The author does a wonderful job of keeping to this theme and tying the chapters back to the theme in such a way that is makes complete sense Some stories of the people experiencing hospice may seem sad; the reader will feel as if heshe really gets to know these people in the last daysweeksmoments of their lives The lives of each person has something to add to the book the people seem so much real than just their words on a page This is a book that the reader will be thinking about long after setting it down The lessons and reminders in this book may serve to help anyone currently in hospice or who will lose or have lost someone dear to himher recently Overall this book is recommended to adult readers


  9. says:

    I have finished this book which i won on Goodreads and all i can say is WOW It really is an excellent read The book flows easily and is such an interesting and fasinating read A great mix of patient stories and author text It definately isnt doom and gloom and supports the reader in looking at the bright side of life A great book that i will read again


  10. says:

    I lost interestbit too patronising for me