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Living, Dying and the Path of Meditation with Acharya Richard John

This is a standalone public talk. The cycle of life and death is the most basic expression of reality. We know our lives are temporary, yet in our culture we find ways to avoid this inconvenient truth until the last minute. The Buddha taught that impermanence is the fundamental fact of life, and that meditation is the most powerful and direct method to come to terms with our fear of nonexistence.

There is also a weekend program with Acharya Richard John called Living, Dying and the Path of Meditation: A Buddhist Perspective on the Cycle of Life and Death.

Acharya Richard John

An early student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Richard was appointed an acharya by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. A longtime friend and teacher of the Wellington Shambhala Centre, he has for many years also taught Shambhala Buddhist programs in North America, Australia, Mexico and Chile. He completed the first Three-Year Group Retreat at Gampo Abbey, and now teaches full time. Richard and his wife Liz reside in Halifax, Canada.

$20.00 at the door

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