Dying with Confidence: A Tibetan Buddhist Guide to Preparing for Death

Dying with Confidence A Tibetan Buddhist Guide to Preparing for Death Anyen Rinpoche s wise and reassuring voice guides readers through the Tibetan Buddhist teachings on death and dying while providing practical tools for end of life and estate planning Dying with Conf

  • Title: Dying with Confidence: A Tibetan Buddhist Guide to Preparing for Death
  • Author: Anyen Rinpoche
  • ISBN: 9780861716562
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Anyen Rinpoche s wise and reassuring voice guides readers through the Tibetan Buddhist teachings on death and dying, while providing practical tools for end of life and estate planning Dying with Confidence reads like a remarkable how to guide, laying out in clear and straightforward language the preparations we must make and the best practices to use while dying to furthAnyen Rinpoche s wise and reassuring voice guides readers through the Tibetan Buddhist teachings on death and dying, while providing practical tools for end of life and estate planning Dying with Confidence reads like a remarkable how to guide, laying out in clear and straightforward language the preparations we must make and the best practices to use while dying to further our goal of enlightenment.

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    1. Una gran guía para ayudarnos en el proceso de morir de nosotros mismos y de los demás, que a través de sencillas explicaciones y muchos consejos prácticos nos ayuda a estar preparados para este evento inevitable. Tienes que leerlo si practicas el Dharma o si conoces a alguien que lo practique para que lo ayudes. También si no eres practicante ya que es tan importante lo que puedes ayudar a tu ser querido durante el proceso que lo beneficie en ese momento!

    2. Practical look with Tibetan Buddhist understand about the moments or death and preparing for one's death.

    3. "I guess what disappoints me the most about this book is its wasted potential. Anyen Rinpoche could have offered a non-denominational book for both Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike that could have been helpful, but instead he fell too deeply into the ritual, almost-dogmatic practices of the organized religion of Vajrayana Buddhism." -- (more of this review in the Book Reports section at philduncanwrites

    4. Odd that someone could consider this phenomenal book lacking because it focused on Tibetan Buddhism. It is, after all, in the title. Of the several books available in English on the topic, this is by far the most comprehensive. The advice on Powhatan groups and dharma wills is invaluable.

    5. This book will change your whole view of why we practice Tibetan Buddhism. A lucid guide to preparing for the most important event that will ever happen to us.

    6. Some good information and suggestions from a tradional Tibetan Buddhist viewpoint, but rather dry reading.

    7. This book is an interesting introduction for studying death from the buddhist perspective. I radically applied it to trying to apply, understanding the law of impermanence, to my life.

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