Guy Newland gives the second talk in a two-part series on grief and Buddhist practice, focusing on how to help those who are overcome by grief.
Dr. Guy Newland breaks the silence on our "conspiracy" to suppress our grief, offering a personal perspective on how to heal by letting go of our clinging to past identities.
How our shared experience of grief connects us and can be a starting point for cultivating compassion for all sentient beings.
Ven. Chodron teaches on the fourth verse from the 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas, on which she has given a commentary in her latest book, Don't Believe Everything You Think. She speaks about how being aware of and accepting the fact that we will die can help us to live our lives more vividly and meaningfully.