To live fully with an open mind and open heart we also need to be able to face our own inescapable death and loss of loved ones. Tibetan Buddhist tradition has vastly reflected and deeply researched the nature of life and death. For centuries this pathway has been a profound awakening for many practitioners. Accepting the true impermanence nature of our life and death opens our heart to loving kindness and enables us to live life to our fullest potential.
This workshop is designed to help you see what living and dying can mean, not just intellectually, but experientially from the Tibetan Buddhist perspective. It will provide for you a fresh approach to living-dying that can help you understand how you can better live your life, how to approach your dying, and that of those you love.
The topics we will cover during this workshop:
- Talk and discussion on the importance of facing and accepting impermanence nature as a spiritual practice.
- Prioritising what is important. What shall we do with our precious life?
- Buddhist meditation on death, and on the process of dying.
- What is important and necessary at the time of our own death and the death of our loved ones.
We kindly request you to please register: $216 for the four-day workshop.