The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying is a book that gives its readers a view of life and death and how we perceive the two.
Summary of the Book
This book is one that could inspire a quiet revolution in the way we look at death and living. It also takes a look at how we care for those who are dying and those who are living. Soygal Rinpoche, meditation master and popular international speaker, is the writer of this book that gives us clarity on the grand vision of life and death that is an inspiration for the Tibetan tradition. The writing is lucid, inspiring and comprises of an overview of the practice of meditation. It also gives us advice on how we should be caring for those who are dying with love and compassion, and how we have the ability to bring them spiritual help. This book will inspire people to work as ‘servants of peace’.
About Soygal Rinpoche
Soygal Rinpoche was born in Tibet and went to a monastery when he was only four years old. In 1959, he fled from his country with the Dalai Lama and completed his education in India and England. Ever since, he has been teaching around the world, and is a spiritual teacher at Rigpa, an organization that is devoted to spreading the teachings of the Buddha and offers advice on spiritual care for the dying.