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Death & Dying: A Meditation Workshop

Death is a universal meditation topic and a teaching that exists within all Buddhist traditions. In fact, it’s a universal experience that applies to everyone — Buddhists, non-Buddhists and freethinkers. And while contemplating on death may appear to be morbid, the benefits are surprisingly far-reaching. They can be felt in daily life. It’s all about living well, rather than dying. 

Death & Dying is a two-day guided meditation workshop to help you make the most of your life. Our sangha and senior pastors will introduce you to the Buddhist forms of death meditation and guide you through experiential exercises designed to transform your perspective of life and death. Whether you’re new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this workshop is for you.

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Resident Monk

Novice monk, British ex-pat and lover of Buddhist philosophy. Frequently spotted wandering around Kechara Forest Retreat chanting mantras or with his head buried in a book at his desk.



Buddhist Pastor

Senior pastor, reluctant writer, lover of Buddhist art, published author, and longtime student of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche. Read more of his writings at

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