Linda is a published author with a strong interest in writing about loss, grief, illness, change and transition.

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Grief a Pilgrimage

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Grief is a Camino like no other. It’s a pilgrimage to acceptance. Sometimes it’s solitary and sometimes there are companions. And sometimes we need another, who has experience of the way, to point us along a path that is kind. May it light parts of your way.

Ailsa PiperAustralian Author of Sinning Across Spain, Co-Author of The Attachment.

Grief a Pilgrimage reflects for me a spiritual journey. Linda’s spirituality can best be described as being fully present with what is. The connectedness with her sister, and those around her is very uplifting. It gives a sense of transcendence, even in the deepest anxiety and grief. The book is a beautiful and rich integration of not only her personal experience, but Linda’s professional background and artistic poetic and photographic expression of what it means to love, and lose. Grief a Pilgrimage reflect the power and value of journaling, the same way Merton’s personal accounts do. The book is consoling. It shines a new light on my own grief pilgrimages and cracked my rock.

Sylvia Grevel MAWriter, Lecturer on Contemporary Spirituality,Art and Spiritual CareResearcher Innovation of Spiritual Care, Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

In this wonderfully illuminating book, Linda Espie explores all the nuances and shapes of grief, from an unwelcome weight to a transformative gift and teacher. Grief a Pilgrimage incorporates memories, journal entries, prose and photography – tools which enable Espie to poignantly reflect on the loss of her much-loved sister and the insights she has gained from grief. Espie’s inner pilgrimage encourages us to reflect on our own journey in life, and inspires us to continue on the path of healing and self-discovery.

Brook FischerCo-Founder of Rainbow Connection Grief Support GroupParis, France.

Grief a Pilgrimage offers a unique perspective on grief.  Combining reflections and experiences from her own life as a bereaved person and counsellor, Linda Espie takes us on a journey of self-discovery, sharing wisdom about life, love, and loss.

Allan Kellehear, PhD., FAcSSEmeritus ProfessorUniversity of Bradford, EnglandHonorary Professor in Family MedicineDivision of Palliative Care, McMaster University Medical School, Canada.

Out-of-print publications below:

Let the Children be our Teachers: a Guide for

Japanese Health and Welfare Professionals 

Medical Publishing, Seikaisha Co Ltd. Tokyo, 2005


St Luke’s Innovative Resources, 2007

Linda's new publication 'One of a Kind - Darcy & Oliver Discovering Their Way'

may be accessed free via OzChild - click on link to view story book or click go to OzChild.