Journeys beyond Death
Is death the end of life? Or might it be the beginning of a different form of life, perhaps a more meaningful one?
When investigating ancient traditions, it is remarkable that such a vast majority suggest the continuing journey of the spirit after Death. Bardo Thodol – the Tibetan Book of the Dead is a fundamental text traditionally read out loud at the bedside of the deceased for 49 days. What can this sacred text reveal to us about death for a better life? Join us as we explore the mysteries of life and death, and how they might help us bring more meaning to our lives today.
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Saturday, 28th December 6:30 to 8:30 PM | New Acropolis (India) at Jayanagar Bangalore
Address: #264, 7th Cross, 1st Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru, KA 560011 www.acropolis.org.in | Landmark: near Madhavan Park Circle and to Café Toscano Restaurant | M +91 9986145294 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
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Lecture and Guided Exercise| Free Entry | Limited Seat – first come basis | Right to Admission Reserved | We request the attendees to be on-time, especially to plan well their commute – the centre opens 30 min before start time and doors close sharp 15 min after start | Doors open at 6:00 pm and close at 6:45 pm sharp |