Test Page




Ne

w Book by Spiritual Director Published

A new book, titled Death: A Natural Part of Life, has been released by Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, the Spiritual Director of the South Carolina Dharma Group and Charleston Tibetan Society. This text shows how we can prepare for our inevitable death by 1) living an ethical life, 2) learning about the meaning of death as built into every birth and 3) practicing or training to become familiar with the process that we will all go through at the end of this life in order to develop the ability to maintain a calm and virtuous state of mind at the time of our death. 
Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 also discusses what is needed in those around a person who is dying.
 

Although Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 teaches from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective, this book is not only for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Death is a universal condition and each one of us must face it regardless of who we are--religious or nonreligious. Death: A Natural Part of Life will benefit every reader who wishes to examine death to reduce fear and who seeks to come to terms with the fact that as we were born we all must die.

The book is now available at the Dharma Center. For more information email us at scdharma@gmail.com

This book will be the subject of a Book Group that starts on Sunday, September 8 at 11:15 am.

Ne

w Book by Spiritual Director Published

Ne

w Book by Spiritual Director Published

A new book, titled Death: A Natural Part of Life, has been released by Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, the Spiritual Director of the South Carolina Dharma Group and Charleston Tibetan Society. This text shows how we can prepare for our inevitable death by 1) living an ethical life, 2) learning about the meaning of death as built into every birth and 3) practicing or training to become familiar with the process that we will all go through at the end of this life in order to develop the ability to maintain a calm and virtuous state of mind at the time of our death. 
Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 also discusses what is needed in those around a person who is dying.
 

Although Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 teaches from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective, this book is not only for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Death is a universal condition and each one of us must face it regardless of who we are--religious or nonreligious. Death: A Natural Part of Life will benefit every reader who wishes to examine death to reduce fear and who seeks to come to terms with the fact that as we were born we all must die.

The book is now available at the Dharma Center. For more information email us at scdharma@gmail.com

This book will be the subject of a Book Group that starts on Sunday, September 8 at 11:15 am.

A new book, titleDeath: A Natural Part of Life, has been released by Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, the Spiritual Director of the South Carolina Dharma Group and Charleston Tibetan Society. This text shows how we can prepare for our inevitable death by 1) living an ethical life, 2) learning about the meaning of death as built into every birth and 3) practicing or training to become familiar with the process that we will all go through at the end of this life in order to develop the ability to maintain a calm and virtuous state of mind at the time of our death
Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 also discusses what is needed in those around a person who is dying.
 

Although Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 teaches from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective, this book is not only for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Death is a universal condition and each one of us must face it regardless of who we are--religious or nonreligious. Death: A Natural Part of Life will benefit every reader who wishes to examine death to reduce fear and who seeks to come to terms with the fact that as we were born we all must die.

The book is now available at the Dharma Center. For more information email us at scdharma@gmail.com

This book will be the subject of a Book Group that starts on Sunday, September 8 at 11:15 am.


HR ABOVE HERE Ne

w Book by Spiritual Director Published

A new book, titled Death: A Natural Part of Life, has been released by Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, the Spiritual Director of the South Carolina Dharma Group and Charleston Tibetan Society. This text shows how we can prepare for our inevitable death by 1) living an ethical life, 2) learning about the meaning of death as built into every birth and 3) practicing or training to become familiar with the process that we will all go through at the end of this life in order to develop the ability to maintain a calm and virtuous state of mind at the time of our death. 
Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 also discusses what is needed in those around a person who is dying.
 

Although Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 teaches from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective, this book is not only for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Death is a universal condition and each one of us must face it regardless of who we are--religious or nonreligious. Death: A Natural Part of Life will benefit every reader who wishes to examine death to reduce fear and who seeks to come to terms with the fact that as we were born we all must die.

The book is now available at the Dharma Center. For more information email us at scdharma@gmail.com

This book will be the subject of a Book Group that starts on Sunday, September 8 at 11:15 am.

Ne

w Book by Spiritual Director Published

A new book, titleDeath: A Natural Part of Life, has been released by Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, the Spiritual Director of the South Carolina Dharma Group and Charleston Tibetan Society. This text shows how we can prepare for our inevitable death by 1) living an ethical life, 2) learning about the meaning of death as built into every birth and 3) practicing or training to become familiar with the process that we will all go through at the end of this life in order to develop the ability to maintain a calm and virtuous state of mind at the time of our death
Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 also discusses what is needed in those around a person who is dying.
 

Although Geshe  
Topgyal
 
 teaches from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective, this book is not only for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Death is a universal condition and each one of us must face it regardless of who we are--religious or nonreligious. Death: A Natural Part of Life will benefit every reader who wishes to examine death to reduce fear and who seeks to come to terms with the fact that as we were born we all must die.

The book is now available at the Dharma Center. For more information email us at scdharma@gmail.com

This book will be the subject of a Book Group that starts on Sunday, September 8 at 11:15 am.