Dying is an essential part of life; something that we all will experience. Whether you or a loved one are facing death today or decades from now, it’s important to understand what it means to live and die well.
In this weekend teaching, Khentrul Rinpoche will take us on a journey through what is known as the ‘bardos’, or transitionary periods, between one life and the next, and the tremendous opportunity they can offer if we view them as an opportunity for spiritual transformation.
Khentrul Rinpoche will help us understand the profound steps we can take in our life now to prepare for death and what we can do at the time of death. In this practical teaching, Khentrul Rinpoche will bestow the Kalachakra Phowa transmission along with step by step instructions for what to do for our loved ones at the time of death, through their dying process and the subsequent prayers and practice we can do once our loved one has passed away. We do not have to be an incredible yogi to benefit from these teachings. Everyone can create conditions in this life, for their loved ones to have a peaceful death and a beneficial future rebirth.
Practical Teaching Includes:
- How to prepare for death while living
- What to do when you or a loved one is dying
- What to do as someone dies
- What to do immediately and in the year following their death.
- How to spot opportunities for liberation in the Bardo
- Transmission and Instruction of Kalachakra Phowa
There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, discussions and sharing throughout the day.
Program Fee $180
Includes Vegetarian lunch both days.
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ABOUT RIME INSTITUTE
The Tibetan Buddhist Rimé Institute (TBRI) located in Belgrave outside Melbourne, Australia was founded by Khentrul Rinpoche in 2005. Rimé means “non-sectarian” and is unique within Buddhism. Rimé Institute offers profound and extensive teachings from all Tibetan Buddhist traditions, including Mahayana and Tantrayana. However, we specialise in the teachings of the Jonang tradition.