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    Maranasati

    Dying and Awakening

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    Maranasati

    Directed by Chris Hannant 2017
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    Maranasati - The Buddhist practice of mindfulness of death.
    On June 12, 2016 my brother passed away. He had just turned 27. This was my first experience with the death of someone close to me and the following months were filled with pain, confusion, regret and fascination.
    That winter I reflected heavily while traversing the Indonesian archipelago with a friend. I found solace in the ocean, and the geographical distance from home allowed my thoughts a certain clarity.
    The narrative excerpts are from a talk given by Eugene Cash entitled "Dying and Awakening" that resonated deeply with me. You can hear the full talk here: dharmaseed.org/teacher/68/talk/41514/
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    Maranasati

    Maranasati - The Buddhist practice of mindfulness of death.
    On June 12, 2016 my brother passed away. He had just turned 27. This was my first experience with the death of someone close to me and the following months were filled with pain, confusion, regret and fascination.
    That winter I reflected heavily while traversing the Indonesian archipelago with a friend. I found solace in the ocean, and the geographical distance from home allowed my thoughts a certain clarity.
    The narrative excerpts are from a talk given by Eugene Cash entitled "Dying and Awakening" that resonated deeply with me. You can hear the full talk here: dharmaseed.org/teacher/68/talk/41514/

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