The Zen Hospice Project guesthouse opened in 1990, during the height of the AIDS epidemic.
Buddhist wisdom for people who are dying — and those who love them.
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.
In this TED Talk, BJ Miller, a palliative caregiver at the Zen Hospice Project, describes how he wants to see death redesigned.
Danny Fisher interviews Frank Ostaseski about his work with the Zen Hospice Project and the upcoming Metta Institute program.
People who enter the Zen Hospice Project are not seeking a path of meditation, and they will not hear much about “Zen” or “Buddhism” while they are there.