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No One Dies: A Buddhist Perspective on Death and Dying
Death is a natural part of the life cycle, yet we are often afraid of it. Buddha teaches there is no need to fear death. He says we are like actors making entrances and exits on the stage of many lives. Although death and dying are difficult, they also can be one of life’s most spiritually transformative experiences.
In this special class, we will look at what comes after this life, how to face death with courage, and how we can attain real peace. We will also explore how to help others while they are dying and after death and how to deal with loss of a loved one.
Everyone is welcome to attend regardless of their beliefs.
Workshop Teacher- Baltimore
Gen Kelsang Chogden is an American Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Center Maryland. Her compassionate activities of teaching, guiding, and inspiring those around her are the result of her deep faith, clear wisdom, and heartfelt concern for others. Chogden has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism for approximately 15 years and brings true sincerity and humility to her life as a spiritual teacher.
|Where||2937 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218 (Kadmapa Meditation Center Maryland)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–4:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$35 includes light lunch. Members benefits apply.|