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Death: An Interlude Between two Activities
May 16 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
~ An Interlude Between Two Activities ~
Death is an unavoidable aspect of human existence, though mystery and fear often surround it. From the perspective of the soul, death is not an ending but a beginning and is experienced as a stupendous act of liberation from its imprisonment within form. As an essential hiatus, death allows the soul to integrate the wisdom and experience that incarnation has given to it. Death is therefore best understood as an interlude between two activities.
Join us as we examine the mysterious and awe‐inspiring enigma of Life—for life and death are one. While we are familiar with life as it animates physical form, we lack the capacity to perceive it when independent of form. We will therefore deeply penetrate the mystery of Life itself. And, by so doing, gain a rich and eloquent understanding of death and the majestic service it renders unto Life. Below are some (but not all) of the key topics that will be explored. We hope you can join us.
- Karma and the blessings of reincarnation
- The death experience and the bliss of Devachan
- Exploring the “Presence” that assists in the transition of death
- The “second death” which inevitably follows one’s physical passing.
- Methods of living in preparation for death
16 May 2023 (Tuesday)
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Oriel-y-Parc Visitor Centre
St. David’s, Wales
£40 plus booking fee via EventBrite.
Refreshments provided and various outlets available for lunchtime food.
For further information, please contact Don MacGregor at email@example.com.
Bookings are handled via Eventbrite by clicking here.
This Event is organised on behalf of CANA (www.cana.org.uk),
a group looking to respond spiritually to the times, moving into a Universal Spirituality