A collection of books about dying and care-giving in the Buddhist traditions.
Here, Tulku Migmar discusses the signs of death—the actual physical dissolution of the body as it is explained in the Tibetan tradition.
If we have a loving discussion about practical matters about dying now, we can avoid putting more stress on those who might be grieving later.
Hear Phakchok Rinpoche discuss how we can deal with physical and mental pain as we encounter death and dying.
The Noble Living, Noble Caring, Noble dying team talk about how we can prepare for death.
Andrea Sherman discusses how we can apply the six paramitas to provide courageous and patient care-giving.
Andrea Sherman shares some simple self-care practices that caregivers can use to avoid stress, fatigue or burnout.
The Noble Living, Noble Caring, Noble Dying team talk about how we can generate a compassionate presence at the bedside.
As the embodiment of healing energy, the Medicine Buddha manifested for the benefit of all beings. His healing powers are transmitted in manifold ways, through all sense perceptions.
If we truly wish to free others from all suffering, we must regularly reset our intent.
The Noble Living, Noble Caring, Noble Dying team discuss the vital importance of pure motivation during care-giving.
Listen to Phakchok Rinpoche discuss how we can best offer care-giving to the dying.