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Dying Well: A Book and Community Conversation

Dying Well: A Book and Community Conversation – HIGHLIGHT

With Richard Reoch and Ron Schultz Article by Ron Schultz “I thought I was preparing for death. And in reality, I learned I was preparing to live more fully.” When Richard Reoch wrote Dying Well, his impetus was an awareness that people didn’t know what to say to people ... continue
Posted February 23, 2021 by archives-staff
Preparing to Die by Andrew Holocek

Preparing to Die by Andrew Holocek – HIGHLIGHT

Reviewed by Christine Heming Recently several books have appeared written by well-regarded teachers on the Tibetan Buddhist approach to death and dying.  These add to a growing collection of teachings, practices and guidance for the dying and for their caregivers. One might ask if we need yet ... continue
Posted September 18, 2020 by archives-staff
Death in Advance, Part Two

Death in Advance, Part Two – HIGHLIGHT

How our viewpoint on life can change through the practice of contemplating death by Anne-Marie Keppel I was overjoyed when I recently read in Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche’s new book, The Lost Art of Good Conversation, instructions for how to contemplate our last breath on our deathbed. He asks, “What do you need ... continue
Posted February 7, 2018 by CGH
Death in Advance, Part One

Death in Advance, Part One – HIGHLIGHT

We so often avoid thinking of our own death, but what if we took a different view? by Anne-Marie Keppel From the womb, the baby opened her eyes, and saw through stretched skin patches of light. So contrary to the darkness when her eyes were closed. And when ... continue
Posted February 5, 2018 by CGH
Old Age is for Warriors

Old Age is for Warriors – HIGHLIGHT

Facing Death Fearlessly COLUMN: Aging in Enlightened Society by Dixie Griffin Good, Director, Shambhala Online “We’re delighted that the Working Group on Aging has organized presentations by three outstanding speakers on provocative topics. If you or someone you know expects to die one day, this series is a must-see.” continue
Posted January 22, 2014 by
Mindfulness in Healthcare

Mindfulness in Healthcare – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Partners with Rush and Chicago End-of-Life Coalition to offer Mindfulness Training to Healthcare Professionals by Aarti Tejuja, Chicago The Sakyong’s 2020 Vision has inspired many members of the Chicago Shambhala Center to think of new and inventive ways to bring enlightened society and mindfulness practices into the ... continue
Posted October 24, 2012 by
"What to do?"

“What to do?” – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Aging in Shambhala A Caregiver’s Guide to Preparing for the Death of a Practitioner by Jacquie Bell As Shambhala Buddhist practitioners, most of us have an idea of how we would like to spend our last days – where we would like to be, who we would like ... continue
Posted October 17, 2012 by


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