What Happens When we Die?

The Buddhist Perspective on Living & Dying
Sat 19 Sept · 9.30am – 1.00pm · $40
Have you ever wondered what happens when you die? Or asked yourself what the purpose of life is? Big questions like this can be answered within the wisdom of Buddha’s teachings. Through these you can discover how to protect yourself and help others at the most defining moment of life.

Death appears in the news every day and in our modern society, death and dying are often shrouded in grief, confusion and unhappiness. By developing a deeper understanding of the process of living and dying we realise it really doesn’t have to be like this at all.
In this day course Gen Ani will explain what happens when we die according to Buddhist understanding and how by increasing
our awareness of this can help us to come to terms with our own and others’ mortality, live with joy, integrity and – most importantly – know what to do when dealing with death.

What to expect at a day course

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Lunch and refreshments included.

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The Teacher

The Teacher of this course is Gen Kelsang Ani, the Resident Teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Centre Perth in East Fremantle. She has been studying and practising modern Kadampa Buddhism with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 15 years. Ani teaches with warmth and compassion, making modern Buddhism accessible and applicable to all.

Details & Bookings

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The Venue

Kadampa Meditation Centre Perth
158 Canning Hwy, East Fremantle

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Fee & Bookings

$70 – includes lunch and refreshments. Booking is essential.
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Date & Time

Saturday 19 Sept · 9.30am–1.30pm
Doors Open 9.00am

Bonus Card & Study Program Student Registration

There is no additional charge for Bonus Card & Study Program Students. To learn more about membership click here.

What to expect at a course

Our courses at the Centre are packed with practical wisdom and include the opportunity to receive teachings from a qualified teacher and to contemplate and meditate on these instructions.