Find out more about Beyond The Darkness by Angie Fenimore at Simon & Schuster UK. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Angie Fenimore, a wife and mother haunted by abuse in childhood and The following is an excerpt from her wonderful book, Beyond the Darkness. Beyond the darkness by Angie Fenimore, , Bantam Books edition, in English .
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On the 8th January Angie Fenimore attempted to end her suffering by committing suicide. What ensued was a near death experience that took her to ‘the brink of Hell’; where an encounter with the sacred restored her to life and gave her a fresh perspective its meaning.
In this interview we explore the value Angie’s story holds in helping people struggling with suicidal thoughts, as well as what it might offer to people who have lost loved ones this way. I also ask Angie some more philosophical questions about the nature of near death experience and how she has integrated her own over the past twenty-five years. A new episode about every 6 days averaging 45 mins duration.
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Psychotherapist Graham Clucas is a founder of the Isle of Man based charity ‘Quing’ — meaning, ‘to yoke together’. In this interview Graham talks through his own journey of trauma and recovery and what inspired him to found a charity. He explains Quing’s community based approach to supporting mental well-being and how that’s radically different Simon Small returns to the podcast to discuss hadephobia, or the fear of Hell. Simon draws on his experience as both a Priest and Contemplative to speak to what for some people can be a crippling fear — either that they might end up in Hell themselves, or even worse they have a loved one who’s there already.
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In this interview he sh Chris Johnston is a former member of the Buddhafield cult, the subject of the documentary film, ‘Holy Hell’. After leaving, Chris went on to study cults and religious movements, attempting to make sense of what he’d been through. In this interview he sheds light on what happened at Buddhafield and what factors caused him to be drawn into a He did this from a position of being within the movement himself.
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They describe what a mindful or spiritual approach to human suffering might look like, drawing from their own life’s journeys Filmed at the Mindful Man Festivalon the Isle of Man More details of Nicole a LuAnn Keener-Mikenas is a writer and psychotherapist who has also pursued spirituality for the past thirty years. We talk about what the integration of these things looks like, the cultivation of a deeper and more secure sense of being and the implications of this on a personal and societal level LuAnn’s therapy site LuAnn’s writing site….
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Find out about Barnaby’s work Subscribe for more interviews…. We discuss how our political positions are inextricably linked to our core beliefs about life, both in terms of the positions we hold and the dogma or open mindedness which we hold them.
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This ultimately inspired him to write his book, Star Pilgrim. We discuss how the novel arose from the imagination fenimorf the philosophical themes it contains. Get the book on Amazon UK – https: Clare Beckell is a Creative Attachment Therapist who works with children and pre and postnatal mothers. In this interview she explains what that work looks like and the powerfully transformative effect it can have for the parent child relationship.
We also discuss the wider societal impact of neglecting the importance of supporting mothers and He incorporates the wisdom of non-Duality into his practice and in this interview explains what a marriage of those two fejimore looks like. Martin goes on to talk about how holding a non-dual awareness as the therapist facilitates a sense of being deeply accepted for the client — and Rob Blake talks about darkess study of Shamanism and how he wove this into the practice of massage.
He explains how he uses contact with the body as a way of facilitating healing on a spiritual, psychological and somatic level Contact Rob at – robblake99 gmail. It’s doubtlessly a good thing that the practice of Mindfulness has taken off over the past few years, although it darness raises questions about simplification of spiritual practices. In this discussion with philosopher Tim Freke we talk about both the benefits and limitations of Mindfulness meditation and how can form a bases for a deeper investi Over the next thirty years he immersed himself in Eastern Spirituality, meeting and studying with a plethora of gurus and teachers, as well as becoming a teacher himself.
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In this interview Fiona describes the transformational effect this practice has had tge her own life, as well as bsyond shifts she now sees with her clients.
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