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Going back on COAST TO COAST radio tonight, 12.29.21 from midnight to two am talking "TUNING INTO THE AFTERLIFE: HOW TO STAY IN TUNE WITH THE FLIPSIDE." C'mon down.
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The Art of Dying to Live: An Exploration of Life, Death, and the Afterlife
February 23 - 27, 2022
It is our pleasure to invite you to join us in our online conference and practice retreat, The Art of Dying to Live.
This is THUS | Menla’s new incarnation of a powerfully transformative event Tibet House US launched with the New York Open Center 20 years ago, which introduced thousands to the cheerful exploration of the realities of death and dying as the doorway to living ever more vibrantly in the precious moments of life. Over these five days, experienced practitioners will present visions and lead practices drawn from spiritual wisdom, scientific insight, and time-tested experiential methods of dealing with death and dying that immeasurably enrich the lives of those facing death, as well as those facing bereavement.
Join us to explore ancient and modern understandings and engagements with the arts of dying and living through the lenses of different traditions, including Tibetan and Zen Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Judaic, and Shamanic traditions. Study the nature of death as part of life, and compare all visions of possible afterlife experiences from existential to theistic to shamanic.
Teachings and practices will be weaved throughout the conference to help us contemplate our own life and death more fully. Experts from the field of care giving and bereavement will bring support to those who are caring for those at the end of life or grieving for a loved one.
In this interactive online conference, you will hear from leading keynote speakers on the subject:
Dr. Eben Alexander, Sierra Campbell, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Terri Daniel, Joan Halifax, Andrew Holecek, Jussara Korngold, Simcha Raphael, Henrietta Mann, Dr. Gabor Maté, Frank Ostaseski, Mingyur Rinpoche, Therese Schroeder-Sheker Robert Thurman, Alberto Villoldo, Henry Fersko-Weiss, Dr. Jessica Zitter and Richard Martini.
Participants will have the opportunity to dive deeper with live Q&A and interactive breakout sessions on the subjects of: Preparing for the Journey; Visions of the Afterlife; and Grief, Bereavement, and Forgiveness.
All participants are welcome to take this journey with us, into the Art of Dying to Live from February 23 - 27, 2022.
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