Friday, June 17, 2016, at 7 PM
California Lutheran University’s Samuelson Chapel
Many people spend considerable time worrying about their ultimate death, fearing the unknown yet trying to prepare for the occurrence. Knowledge and acceptance of death as the natural extension of life may provide some comfort on our journey. The process of death involves eight stages from the
Buddhist understanding. We will discuss and contemplate on these processes. Through understanding, what is happening as we die reduces fear. I will share some experiences of unusual deaths as a physician and Buddhist monk.”
Please get a free ticket, necessary for entry, at our Altruism in Medicine Institute website http://altruismmedicine.org.
1-day workshops are June 18 & 19 and June 25 & 26.
For more info, go to http://altruismmedicine.org.