What Buddhism says about death

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Venerable Sangye Khadro teaches on how to prepare for a peaceful death through spiritual practices in daily life. Links to books referenced during the course can be found here. For course outline and supplementary material, click here.

  • Near-death experience as an opportunity to grow in the Dharma practice and recognize areas we need to work on
  • What Buddhism says about death:
    • Death is a natural, inevitable part of life
    • Death is when the mind separates from the body and goes to another life
    • Two reasons for accepting and being aware of death
    • Importance of a positive state of mind when we die
    • It is possible to become free of death and rebirth
01 Peaceful Living, Peaceful Dying: What Buddhism Says About Death 04-17-20

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