“The mind is just a guest in the hotel of the body; one day it must depart and travel beyond” 14th century Tibetan master, Thokme Zangpo.
The Buddhist contemplation of impermanence and death has much to teach us about what is important in how we live our lives. In this talk, Rachel Deeming will explore how the reflections on the wonder and fragility of human life can not only lead to a freer and more contented way of living but also to genuine progress along the spiritual path. Following the talk, there will also be time for contemplation and questions and answers on the topics covered.
This event is presented by Sakya Buddhist Centre Bristol, established in 1977 and now based in St Andrews. Rachel has been a Buddhist and student of its spiritual director, Lama Jampa Thave for over 20 years.
This event is part of our Life, Death (and rest) 2019 festival
This event is free, but we ask you to sign up to keep a track of numbers.