How to Face Death without Fear
Join us on four Sundays when Venerable Robina Courtin will grant us live teachings on the process of death and dying, as seen from a Buddhist perspective, and explained thoroughly in Lama Zopa Rinpoche’ book “How to Help Your Loved Ones Enjoy Death and Go Happily to Their Next Rebirth”.
WHEN: Sunday, April 14, 21, 28 and May 5, 4:00 – 5.30 pm CET
WHERE: Online Only – read below for disclaimer
LEVEL: Intermediate. Some basic understanding of Mahayana Buddhism is of benefit.
COOPERATION: Between Lhagsam and Yeshin Norbu.
In this handbook Lama Zopa Rinpoche gives a huge amount of advice about how to help our loved ones before, during, and after death.
This 400-page book, compiled and edited by Ven. Robina Courtin takes much of the material in FPMT’s How to Face Death without Fear and Heart Advice for Death and Dying but radically restructures and reorganizes it into an easy-to-use manual.
About the Teacher
Ven. Robina Courtin, Australian-born, has a powerhouse personality and has been a Buddhist nun for nearly 40 years. Well known for her work with people in prisons, Ven. Robina’s life and work is the subject of the award-winning documentary “Chasing Buddha“. She teaches full time around the world at the centers of her teachers’ organization, the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). Read more.
WE INVITE YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT
Suggested donation: Please consider supporting us with a donation. Suggested donation per day is 40 CHF. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
* Disclaimer: By joining the Zoom room, you accept Lhagsam and its partner in Yeshin Norbu to record the teachings and publish the video on YouTube.
* Please note: The teacher will be online on Zoom; not in our center.
Cost: You would make us very happy by supporting us with a donation. Suggested donation is 0-40 CHF for a session. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. You can donate online (via Paypal, Twint or E-Banking).
Level: Intermediate. Some basic understanding of Mahayana Buddhism is of benefit. Beginners are welcome as well!