Sat, 09 Jul|
Croydon Buddhist Centre
What Happens When We Die: : Speculative Possibilities From Philosophers and Scientists
In-person at Croydon Buddhist Centre and online via Zoom. Vaddhaka will be continuing to explore what happens when we die. In the last in a series of six talks, he brings in possibilities from philosophers and scientists. 10.30am to 12.45pm. All welcome.
Time & Location
09 Jul, 10:30 – 12:45 BST
Croydon Buddhist Centre, 98 High St, Croydon CR0 1ND, UK
What Happens When We Die?
Saturday 4th June to Saturday 9th July, 9.30am to 12.45pm
In-person and online via Zoom Led by Vaddhaka, open to all.
What happens when we die? Does the death of the physical body mean the death of consciousness or of the mind?
In this six week series Vaddhaka will start by examining the Buddha’s teachings on who lives, who dies, and who is reborn. Then he will explore the origins of the notion of rebirth, and arguments for its truth or otherwise. Finally he will review speculative possibilities of what comes after death, from fiction writers and from philosophers and scientists.
Vaddhaka has been based in Estonia for the last seventeen years, teaching and helping to run the Triratna Buddhist Centre in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. He is an experienced meditation teacher and speaker, having given many talks on different aspects of Buddhism, not just in Estonia, but also in Germany, Sweden, the UK, Brazil, and Australia and New Zealand. He is also the author of “The Buddha on Wall Street”.
Just turn up in-person, or use the Zoom link below.
Meeting ID: 890 7606 8221
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