Embracing the Unknown with Pema Chödrön – A Course on Letting Go
Embracing the Unknown
So, what is this course all about? What does it mean to embrace the unknown?
Firstly, Embracing the Unknown is a Four-Part Course on Letting Go and Welcoming Change
It’s more than likely that you’ve heard of The Tibetan Book of the Dead. But what can this famous religious text tell you about living? 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.
When you’ve engaged in deep Buddhist practice, it’s impossible not to become familiar with The Tibetan Book of the Dead. This extraordinary text—part of a much larger cycle of foundational teachings—details a specific Buddhist view on what happens to you after death.
Specifically, the Book of the Dead explores the concept of bardo, the in-between space that opens beyond death and leads eventually into reincarnation. The bardo is not simply a Buddhist analogue to the Christian concept of Purgatory. Indeed, the state of bardo does not wait for you at some unknown moment in the future; it is already here, woven throughout the liminal spaces of our days. And when you come to understand that, enormous opportunities for awakening become available to you.
- Nine Hours of Audio and Video Training – Across four major sessions, both Pema and her trusted teaching partner, Tim Olsmtead, will guide you on a journey beyond death and into the heart of the bardo.
- Lifetime Access – For as long as you have an internet connection, you can access this course at any time and in any place you need it.
- Plus These Two Bonuses…
- Liberation Upon Hearing in the Between: Living with the Tibetan Book of the Dead – Robert Thurman, considered one of 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.
About your teacher
Pema Chödrön is an American-born Buddhist nun and the author of many modern-day spiritual classics, including The Wisdom of No Escape, Start Where You Are, When Things Fall Apart, The Places that Scare You, No Time To Lose, Practicing Peace in Times of War, How to Meditate, and Living Beautifully. She serves as resident teacher at Gampo Abbey Monastery in Nova Scotia. For more information, visit pemachodronfoundation.org.
Price and a 100% money back guarantee
This program is valued at $227 but for a limited time is available now for only $97. Simply click the image below to get started.
Really, $97 is a small price to pay for 9 hours of audio and video teaching, lifetime access and the bonuses that will assist you in your evolution towards awakening. You can check out more information here.
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As always, go forth with ease, let go and be!
Very interesting post. I do not know much about Buddhist religion but it is very interesting to me. Most people who practice it do seem to have a very real clam and peace about them.
Emrbacing the Unknown, a course on letting go is a great title. All of us have to wrestle in our own minds with what comes next after death and in the end if you want to have an enjoyable life and be at peace you really do have to let that go.
Thanks for the details on the course I may pick it up to learn more about how all of this works.
And really, it’s about death of the ego now so that we can experience more joy now. Thanks very much for your comment.