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Living Meaningfully: A Buddhist Perspective on Dying

Event Date/Time

Nov 11, 2017
1:00 pm until 4:00 pm

Description

Living Meaningfully: A Buddhist Perspective on Dying

Our death is not something we normally think about but in reality we can benefit greatly from understanding what happens when we die.  This understanding inspires us to live our life in a meaningful way by using it make spiritual progress and develop inner peace, and it helps us prepare for our death so that we can face it with a calm, blissful mind of acceptance.  In this course we will learn about the death process and how we can use the Buddhist practice of Transference of Consciousness, or Powa, to benefit both ourself and the recently deceased.

SCHEDULE

1:00-2:30pm – Teaching & Meditation

2:30-2:45pm – Tea Break

2:45-4:00pm – Teaching & Meditation

This course will be taught by Julie Francisco, Resident Teacher of Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Center.  Julie has studied and taught Kadampa Buddhism for many years. She has also engaged in extensive meditation retreat and is well-qualified to introduce others into Buddha’s teachings and meditation practices. She previously served as the Education Program Coordinator at Amitayus Kadampa Buddhist Center in Philadelphia while also working a regular job in the corporate sector. Julie shows a clear example of how to be a modern, lay Buddhist practitioner in a busy city, and presents Buddha’s teachings in an eloquent and inspiring manner.

Cost $25
Location

Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Center
251 Wiconisco Street
Harrisburg, PA
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Additional Information
SponsorKalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Center
Phone717-412-1524
Contact emailinfo@meditationpa.org
Websitehttp://www.meditationpa.org/events/living-meaningfully-buddhist-perspective-death-dying

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