Date(s) - November 17th – November 19th
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“The Art of Dying: Graceful Exits Retreat, by Donation Only”, is an essential meditative instruction for attaining both Awakening as well as to discover how to consciously manifest future lives instead of having the process powerlessly forced upon you by previous causes and conditions.
Michael will primarily draw from a commonly utilized classic 17th Buddhist yogic text on the dying process although we will also discuss a wide range of other traditions and beliefs to explore the stages we all go through when we die, which are also the same stages we experience in life when we go to sleep, and enter into deep meditative and hypnotic states. Michael will also draw from his experience as a Hospice Director and the hundreds of people he has attended in their final days….
The stages will be described so vividly that the meditator will practice the process of traveling deeper into the mind at death on the ultimate journey of transformation. In this way, you will be instructed in how to prepare for that time and, in doing so, how to enrich our time on earth, die without fear or anxiety, and influence the stage between this life and the next so that we may gain the best possible incarnation.
As always, the ultimate goal is to advance along the Path to Enlightenment.
If you would like to reserve your spot for the retreat or have any questions about the retreat please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text at 831 234 5735 for a quick response
Please bring your own cushions and blankets. A writing journal and pen. Water and light healthy snacks.
All retreats and classes are offered by generosity only, which means there is no prescribed fee and is based according to your means and conscience. This made possible by the sustained membership of our Mindfulness Meditation Centers community members.
The retreat will be taught by Michael Gregory (Ven. Choke Dhakpa) Director of Mindfulness Meditation Centers and Mindfulness Teacher of 20 years to thousands of students across the world. Michael’s direct and often humorous teaching style is powerful, insightful and makes ancient buddhist teachings crystal clear and accessible to a western audience.