Explanation of the gross and subtle impermanence, and followed by detailed instruction on how to meditate on our own and others’ deaths.
Archive | August, 1991
Understanding the importance of contemplating death for the Buddhist practitioner, using the nine-step meditation on death.
Learning to counter attachment to the eight worldly concerns by examining the 10 innermost jewels of the Kadam tradition.
Considering the disadvantages of not thinking about death motivates us to make use of this precious human life and not waste our potential on worldly concerns.