Stephen Levine: interviewed by Tom Ferguson MD: Many people think that if they came down with a fatal illness, they’d react by
By Stephen Levine: Today, approximately 200,000 people died. Some died by accident. Others by murder. Some by overeating. Others from starvation. Some died while still in the womb. Others of old age. Some died of thirst. Others of drowning. Each died their death as they must.
By Mary Nurrie Stearns: Stephen Levine is a poet, author, and teacher of guided meditation and healing techniques.
Stephen Levine, along with his wife Ondrea, are from the USA and have devoted much of their life to working with people with terminal illness or chronic pain.
Stephen Levine: When we recognize that, just like the glass, our body is already broken, that indeed we are already dead, then life becomes precious, and we open to it just as it is, in the moment it is occurring.
by Mary Nurriestearns: Stephen Levine is a poet, author, and teacher of guided meditation and healing techniques.
by Stephen Levine: We hold our grief hard in the belly. We store fear and disappointment, anger and guilt in our gut.
by Randy Peyser: Having spent the past twenty-five years providing emotional and spiritual support for those who are life-threatened, and for caregivers, Stephen Levine and Ondrea Levine are
by Stephen Levine: [To be read slowly to a friend or silently to oneself.] Begin to reflect for a moment on what the work “forgiveness” might mean.
Drawing on their roots in Vipassana meditation techniques, Stephen Levine and Ondrea Levine have helped thousands approach death with equanimity and an open heart over the last 30 years.