Pema Chodron on Relaxing with impermanence (on her 80th birthday)

Click on the link to see this little film of Pema at 80, speaking about the fear of death and how we may learn to approach our dying.

‘When the appearances of this life dissolve, may I with ease and great happiness let go of all attachment to this life, like a son or daughter returning home.’

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Counselling Exeter since 1994

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