Lama Zopa Rinpoche advises that the best way to help others prepare for death is by offering guidance when they have the capacity to understand and put Dharma into practice.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche advises the importance of providing support for people who are dying, so they can die with a happy and peaceful mind, free from fear and negative emotions.
Advice on how to make the best use of our life, which is very short.
Advice for students on various transitions including education, relationships, career choices and other life decisions.
Advice on how to prepare oneself for death, which can happen at any time. Includes practices for students whose death is imminent.
A teaching by Lama Zopa Rinpoche on impermanence and death, excerpted from the 26th Kopan Course.
In this excerpt from the 30th Kopan Course, Lama Zopa Rinpoche teaches that we need to practice mindfulness, seeing that all causative phenomena are in the nature of impermanence.
Advice on practices to benefit those who have passed away.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche discusses the death process and explains the signs which indicate that the consciousness has left the body. Rinpoche draws on his own experiences of seeing the deceased and gives a detailed account of Lama Yeshe's passing and cremation.
Advice on how to care for others who are very ill and approaching death, with essential advice and practices for the moment of death.
In this teaching excerpt Lama Yeshe discusses death and rebirth in various realms of cyclic existence.
A public lecture on the death process, the intermediate state and rebirth, given by Lama Yeshe in Sweden on September 8, 1983.
Essential advice and practices for the moment of death.
This multimedia series presents chapters from the LYWA book Life, Death and After Death in a format that includes written teachings enhanced by audio, video and images.