Sitting With Death:
Buddhist Insights to Help You Face Your Fears and Live a Peaceful Life
What is dealing with death like for others? Specifically, what is this like for other Buddhists? Do Buddhist spiritual teachers have the magic no suffering wand?
These questions began Margaret Meloni’s quest to seek out Buddhist spiritual teachers to discuss death after her own experience with loss. Twelve wonderful wise teachers answered her call and, in doing so, they also reached out to you and answered your questions on the following topics:
- Personal Loss
- Meditation and Grief
- Overcoming Regret
Hear Margaret Introduce Sitting with Death
Join us and let her introduce you to her friend, the Grim Reaper!
About the Author: Margaret Meloni
I’ve been there and it can feel overwhelming. There came a point in my life where I began to realize that the people I loved were going to start dying. My mother-in-law was in her nineties, my parents were approaching their eighties, and my husband had already outlived his father. I had already said goodbye to others. How could I handle losing the people who I loved the most? I started to think that death was stalking me. But as I learned to accept that the Grim Reaper was just doing his job, I began to accept him as part of my network. I found a way to make friends with death. Click here and learn more about Margaret and her journey as an author.
As my loved ones started to die, I knew that death is nothing personal and I opened my heart to death. So can you.
This book will help you use Buddhist teachings to include death in your own spiritual practice. In bringing curiosity and an open heart, you can train for the death of your loved ones and, as a result, you will live more fully, with more compassion for others, and more peace for yourself.
Listen to Margaret discuss why we need to talk about death now and how living with death can actually bring you more joy.
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