Posted by Robert Potsus


Hosted by Robert Potsus


Date:

Feb. 16, 2019

Start time:

1:00 p.m. (EST)

End time:

3:00 p.m. (EST)

Status:

Forthcoming

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Address:

Southbury Public Library

100 Poverty Rd

Southbury, CT

Connecticut

Connecticut

06488

United States

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A Tibetan Buddhist Perspective: "These bodies we live in, and the ego that identifies with it, are just like the old family car. They are functional entities in which our Soul travels through our incarnation. But when they are used up, they die. The most graceful thing to do is to just allow them to die peacefully and naturally - to "let go lightly". Through it all, who we are is Soul . . . and when the body and the ego are gone, the Soul will live on, because the Soul is eternal. Eventually, in some incarnation, when we've finished our work, our Soul can merge back into the One . . . back into God . . . back into the Infinite. In the meantime, our Soul is using bodies, egos and personalities to work through the karma of each incarnation."

Dying is Absolutely Safe Ram Dass

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