This book is about learning to live with death, learning to appreciate the miracle of living, and will hopefully be a preparatory document for the journey that we all are taking.
VENICE, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2014
Jeremy Kagan creates experiences for a living. With an extensive, impressive career in Hollywood, as a film and television director, writer and producer, he shapes inspiring journeys to new worlds, lives and unexpected circumstances.
In his new e-book “My Death: A Personal Guidebook” Kagan details his own unexpected near-death experience, after twenty years of reflection of his encounter with death in the hills of Malibu, California. In it, he examines the profound encounter that shifted his perception of life and death, and discusses awareness, consciousness and ways to peacefully greet the awesome unknown. The book includes 150 of his own colorful illustrations.
“I’d like to make it easier to navigate where we all are headed,” Kagan said, “this book is about learning to live with death, learning to appreciate the miracle of living, and will hopefully be a preparatory document for the journey that we all are taking.”
About the Author
Kagan is a film and television director, writer, producer, and a tenured full Professor at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California and founder of The Change Making Media Lab. He is a Chairperson of Special Projects for The Directors Guild of America, and a member of The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, The Writers Guild of America and The American Film Institute. He was awarded an EMMY for Dramatic Series Directing and directed "The West Wing" and Steven Spielberg's "Taken." His ten feature credits include the box-office hits “Heroes” with Henry Winkler and Harrison Ford and Sally Field, “The Big Fix”, “Roswell: The UFO Cover-Up”, “The Journey of Natty Gann”, and multi-award winning movie “The Chosen”.
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