What Happens When We Die?
Part of the Living Lightly with Purpose series
How did we get here? Where are we going? Is consciousness infinite or does it cease? Is karma fate or do we have choice? What is the essential meaning of our human life?
In this 6-part series Gen Zopa will explain the life-enhancing meditations on our precious human life, death and impermanence, and karma. Gaining experience of these meditations will give us insight into the big questions of life and death, and enable us to deal skillfully with grief and suffering. In particular it will allow us to generate a life-enhancing energy that will empower us to truly make the most of our lives, to live and die joyfully and meaningfully.
Everyone is welcome to join us and expand their mind!
In this class, Gen Zopa will talk about what happens when we die. When we are dying our gross and subtle minds dissolve into our very subtle mind of death, known as the ‘clear light of death’. Then our very subtle mind leaves this body, goes to the next life and enters a new body, and then all the various aspects of our next life will appear to us.
NEW: A 10-15 minute question and answer period has been added at the end of each class.
No Experience Necessary.
(Members, please use your Members Link page, these registration forms are only for those who pay by the class. Thank you.)
Access to a rebroadcast of the video made during the live teaching will be made available to registrants for a 48 hour period starting as soon as the video is ready after the class (typically by 9am the next day (Tuesday)). The same link you receive to access the live class will work for the replay video. You do not need to wait for an email, just use your link .
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- Gen Kelsang ZopaResident Teacher, Bodhichitta Buddhist Centre
A Canadian Buddhist monk, Gen Zopa has been presenting the profound and practical teachings of the Buddhist path for over 25 years. He teaches introductory classes, Foundation Program and the Teacher Training Program in the Victoria region. Renowned for the clarity and depth of his teachings, his warmth and practicality bring to life the ancient art of meditation.