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Entries tagged with “Dying”

5 Questions for Diane Meier

A dialogue on end-of-life care

5 Questions for Koshin Paley Ellison

A dialogue on end-of-life care

Book Review: Awake at the Bedside

Awake at the BedsideContemplative Teachings on Palliative and End-of-Life CareEdited by Koshin Paley Ellison and Matt WeingastWisdom Publications“The potential for intimacy—fo…

Book Review: Death Makes Life Possible

Death Makes Life PossibleRevolutionary Insights on Living, Dying, and the Continuation of ConsciousnessBy Marilyn Schlitz, PhDSOUNDS TRUEIn his introduction to this companion …

Book Review: Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life

Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of LifeBy Jessica Nutik Zitter, MDAvery BooksMedical technology has gotten so effective at prolonging human life that it’s often …

Book Review: The Grace in Living

The Grace in LivingRecognize It, Trust It, Abide in ItBy Kathleen Dowling SinghWisdom PublicationsKathleen Dowling Singh is a Dharma practitioner and respected author who’s written…

Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air

When Breath Becomes AirBy Paul KalanithiRandom HouseWritten with eloquence, insight, and a healthy measure of humor, When Breath Becomes Air captures the thoughts and memories of n…

Celebrations: Rabbi Rami Shapiro

10 Years of Roadside Assistance

Ceremony for First Year Milestones: Do Not Hurry

In the Presence of Death: Using ceremony to explore mindfulness in the journey of dying, death, and the years following, in this 9-part series

Ceremony When the Body is Removed: Leave Taking

In the Presence of Death: Using ceremony to explore mindfulness in the journey of dying, death, and the years following, in this 9-part series

Creating Your Dharma Vision through Contemplation

Adapted excerpt from Awake at the Bedside

Dying as a Spiritual Practice: An Interview with BJ Miller

Sam Mowe: You’re the executive director at Zen Hospice Project. Are you a Zen practitioner? BJ Miller: No, ironically. I'm very drawn to Buddhism—and I can’t refute any…

Dying is a Sacred Act

Dying is itself a time, a space, and process of surrender and transformation.

Dying Without Religion: The Existential Concern

Does a nonspecific spirituality (aka spiritual but not religious) suffice to address existential qualms at death's door?

Film Review: A Will For The Woods

A Will for the WoodsDirected by Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale, and Brian WilsonOVERWHELMING UMBRELLA PRODUCTIONS, INC  “I’d like to use whatever time I have left …

Forgiveness from the Other Side

An excerpt from The Light Between Us

Honest Feasting: Mourning and Celebrating within Jewish Traditions

Weddings and funerals: Rabbi Rami has an honest conversation about traditions and how we honor them.

How Do You Want to Die?

Sponsored Content from The New York Open Center

How to Get Really Good at Dying

Get comfortable, close your eyes. And say to yourself, over and over again, I might die today. I might die today. I might die today.

Let It Be Kind To You

“Whatever bad things have happened to you in your life, whatever hard things you’ve gone through, you have to do three things: You have to accept it. You have to be kind to it. ... And listen to me. You have to let it be kind to you."

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