We are all going to die. While that’s certainly no secret, at the same time, it’s not something most of us like to think about. As a result, few of us are ready to really make that transition when the moment arrives. Through his book, Dying With Confidence, Anyen Rinpoche offers us a path to ease our passing.
With clear, concise directions, the author guides the reader through what is necessary to ensure a calm and smooth transformation into the next phase of existence. Including topics ranging from preparation of the will to organ donation and the use of medications and medical technology, Dying With Confidence provides a complete guide for Buddhists and also addresses the role of non-Buddhists as well. The appendices in the back of the book provide highly useful resources and additional information that the reader will also find useful. While the concept of one’s death is almost always uncomfortable to contemplate, it is not something that should be overlooked; this book will help to make the metamorphosis that much easier.
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