Knowing is a process, not an arrival. The Place of Knowing: A Spiritual Autobiography celebrates the spiritualboth seen and unseenthrough the life of acclaimed writer and devout Mormon Emma Lou Warner Thayne.
In this insightful, eloquently written memoir, Emma Louauthor of thirteen books of poetry, essays, and fictionshares poignant personal anecdotes that begin with a terrifying near-death experience when, without warning, a six-pound iron rod smashed through a car windshield into her face. As she narrates her journey through her recovery process, she reflects on previous life experiencesfrom the daily to the sublime. Through both example and insight, she shares adventures while offering a calming presence for those who may fear death, yearn to know how to celebrate life, and crave direction on how to access the wonders of the divine.
For anyone who has wondered about life after death or who desires a better understanding of his or her divine self, The Place of Knowing will inspire spiritual seekers everywhere to reach out in friendship to others and to embrace new experiencesultimately discovering themselves in the process.