Unfortunately, the upcoming 4-week course exploring Death and Buddhism has been cancelled because of low registration numbers.
However, on Friday 2 March, Ula Jigme has agreed to come back to Temple Street to answer questions about death and dying from a Buddhist perspective, and he might also lead some meditations exploring end-of-life…All are welcome – bring your questions!
Friday 2 March, 7.30-9.30PM @ 51b Temple St
Suggested Donation: $10-20 for rent and to support Ula Jigme’s village in Nepal.
People often say that Buddhism is a pessimistic religion – but is it? After all, as the saying goes, nothing is certain except death and taxes!
Over 4 weeks, we will look at what Buddhism has to say about death. What does death mean? Why might be it important to think about death and why don’t we want to? How can we prepare for our death? Is there such a thing as a good death? And what might happen during and after we die?
These sessions will include discussion, exploration, personal reflection and some meditations.
Fridays 2, 9, 16 & 23 March, 7 – 8.30pm
51B Temple Street, Chinatown (S) 058596
$15/class or $50 for all 4 classes
Please sign up using the form below. We will then contact you to arrange payment.