Join Pema Chödrön’s new online course and Learn How to Embrace Change
Embracing the Unknown: A Four-Part Online Course on Letting Go and How to Embrace the Uncertainty
Even though it is an intrinsic and unavoidable part of life, our culture as a whole doesn’t like to talk about death. For many of us, the concept is not only frightening but nearly taboo—a grim shadow overhanging everything, silent and dreadful.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, it shouldn’t.
As a beloved Buddhist teacher, Pema Chödrön, says, “Death isn’t just something that happens at the end. Life is continually arising, dwelling, ceasing and arising. It’s a cycle that goes on every day, and continues to go on forever.”
When you enroll in Embracing the Unknown, you’ll experience:
- The Truth of the Bardo- Find out how being between an ending and a beginning gives us an unparalleled opportunity for transformation
- How to Let Go-Guidance for honoring the difficult emotions of fear, sadness, and grief with an open and curious heart
- Preparing for the Inevitable-Meditation techniques and everyday practices for befriending and embracing change, groundlessness, and the unknown
- The Question of Rebirth- Look closely at this concept of rebirth and how it arises in our moment-to-moment experience
PLUS! When you enroll, you’ll receive these bonus gifts to complement your journey in embracing uncertainty:
- Liberation Upon Hearing in the Between: Living with the Tibetan Book of the Dead
- Robert Thurman, considered one of the greatest scholars of Buddhist thought in the West, presents a downloadable audiobook that illuminates the Book of the Dead.
- Walking the Walk: Putting the Teachings into Practice When It Matters Most
- In this downloadable audio presentation, Ani Pema details how to cross the gulf between spiritual theory and applied, everyday application of those principles.
When you realize that every moment is a “between” moment, you begin to recognize the immense power in present-moment awareness.
Join Pema today in her exploration of the Tibetan Book of the Dead, grasping the bardo of every day, and cultivating the courage necessary to face change head-on.