An interview covering the Buddhist perspective on death, helping others create good karma before death and die peacefully, ceremonies, and dealing with grief.
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An inmate learns of his cousin’s death.
Rejoicing in the positive mental states and good hearts of Abbey friends.
Change is the reality of our existence but we are shocked when it happens. Examining death and loss so we can help others and ourselves when it happens.
Phương cách bình ổn tâm khi người thân yêu có mặt hôm nay đây, rồi hôm sau ra đi, nhất là khi người đó là con trẻ.
Ways to work with the mind in pain when a loved one is here one day and gone the next, especially when he or she is a young child.
A question and answer session covering topics such as social conformity, guilt and regret, dealing with loss, and interdependence with the environment.
How important it is to acknowledge past mistakes and harms done in order to truly heal and grow from the experience and to move forward.
Fresh perspectives on how to work with changes that we do not welcome.
A review of Chapter 1 of Aryadeva’s “400 Stanzas on the Middle Way” focuses on the importance of contemplating death and impermanence.