Life, Death and After Death

By Lama Thubten Yeshe
London, 1982 and Geneva, 1983. (Archive #323 044)

The essence of this book is a weekend seminar on death, intermediate state and rebirth. The topic is particularly poignant as this was the last teaching Lama gave in the West; he passed away some five months later. But here he was his usual boisterous, punchy, direct, funny, loving and compassionate self, treating death in his incomparable light yet serious way.

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Life, Death and After Death
Lama Thubten Yeshe

"Tibetan Buddhism teaches us to understand the death process and trains us to deal with it so that when the time of crisis arrives and the various illusory visions arise, instead of being confused, we’ll know what’s going on and will recognize illusions as illusions, projections as projections and fantasies as fantasies."

Drawn from Lama Yeshe's teachings in London, October 1982 and Geneva, September 1983, the essence of this book is a weekend seminar on death, intemediate state and rebirth. The book also includes an introductory talk by Lama Zopa Rinpoche on cultivating a peaceful mind.


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ISBN 9781891868252 / 9781891868443