1065: A Tibetan Buddhist Perspective on Dying

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This week I have been talking about death from a completely Western culture viewpoint.  Today i change that and talk about the perception of death from a Tibetan Buddhist point of view.  I am sure you will be fascinated to hear about how another culture views the end of life.  Come listen.

Links from the Episode:

Death and Dying in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition

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