Facing Death, Finding Hope

with Lea Cramsie

Sunday 29 October | 10.30-1pm

At Vajrayana Kadampa Buddhist Centre, 5 Bentinck Street, Kelvingrove, G3 7SB

£12 | members free

Death touches us all, it’s hard to deal with watching our loved ones depart and with the loss we feel when they have gone. Buddha’s teachings and meditations help us throughout these times and give us strength and confidence to move forward with purpose, empowering us to regain balance and peace in our lives.

The course includes guided meditations and consists of two one hour sessions with a break for refreshments. Everyone is welcome.

Recommended reading: ‘Living Meaningfully, Dying Joyfully’ and ‘Modern Buddhism’ by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, available from our shop or online from Tharpa Publications.

About the Teacher

Dr Lea Cramsie is a GP specialising in end of life care working with frail and elderly people in Glasgow.  She has been a practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism for many years and studies on the Special Teacher Training Programme.  In this half day course she will look at the Buddhist approach to dying and death with advice on how to set up conditions for a peaceful death in the UK today.

Booking:

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0141 334 1334