The 12 nidanas, which are pictured as the outer circle in the Wheel of Life, describe the chain of causation by which the cycle of death and rebirth known as samsara is created.
Ajahn Chah gives simple, profound advice to an aging student as she approaches her death.
People often think that Buddhism’s view of death is that it doesn’t matter and we should just accept it, but that is a crucial misunderstanding.
Buddhist teacher Judy Lief explains why our awareness of death is the secret of life.
Frank Ostaseski, one of the leading voices in contemplative end-of-life care, shares the lessons he’s learned at the bedsides of the dying.
Twenty-two years ago, Pascal Auclair had to come to terms with his own mortality. Now, as a Buddhist meditation teacher, he’s helping others do it.
It’s fun! It’s visionary! It features Donald Trump as Yama Raja, the Lord of Death. It’s “The Comic Bardo Thodol” (aka The Tibetan Book of the Dead), as created and executed by writer/artist Thomas Scoville. How nice to see it making the rounds online again, since it’s now been posted on UltraCulture.org. It first surfaced […]
Mother to one, sister to the other—Karen Connelly on three interwoven lives and the call she will always accept.