Understanding Death – a Buddhist Approach to Life, Death and Everything

Half Day Course

Understanding Death – a Buddhist Approach to Life, Death and Everything

Half Day Course

Understanding Death – a Buddhist Approach to Life, Death and Everything

We are alive so therefore we will die – this is the simplest most obvious truth of our existence. But very few of us have come to terms with this fact, or really understand what our death means. Through Buddha’s illuminating teachings we can understand death and learn to truly relax, so that we can live a peaceful, happy and meaningful  life. We will become like the great Buddhist master Geshe Chekawa who said ‘Now, if I die, I have no regrets’.

Understanding Death – a Buddhist Approach to Life, Death and Everything

We are alive so therefore we will die – this is the simplest most obvious truth of our existence. But very few of us have come to terms with this fact, or really understand what our death means. Through Buddha’s illuminating teachings we can understand death and learn to truly relax, so that we can live a peaceful, happy and meaningful  life. We will become like the great Buddhist master Geshe Chekawa who said ‘Now, if I die, I have no regrets’.

When

Saturday 21st May

10am to 1pm

Price

£12

Free for membership levels: standard, study and benefactor

Where

In-person at KMC Wales and Online with catch up available for 7 days

Course Structure

Course consists of guided meditations together with teachings relating to the course title. Suitable for everyone

Teacher
Kadam Paul Jenkins

The principal Teacher at KMC Wales is Kadam Paul Jenkins. A dedicated student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Kadam Paul has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for over 30 years. He has practical experience of integrating Modern Buddhism within a busy, professional, family life and is able to share this through the clarity and warmth of his teachings.

Booking Options

Saturday 21st May:

Understanding Death – a Buddhist Approach to Life, Death and Everything