Sat. April 8, 10 am - 1 pm, Dr. Priya Carden, founder of Maple Tree Healing Clinic, who is dual-certified in the fields of internal as well as hospice/palliative care medicine, and recognized as one of the top physicians in these fields here in Eugene, will discuss how patients, families and doctors can take a conscious approach to Care and Medicine for the Dying.
"While death is uniformly inevitable, the process of dying is not. There is a continuum of life and death, and how we die is determined by our ability to navigate this continuum. There are concerted efforts to live well, but it is equally important to acknowledge that part of living well is to embrace the process of dying so that one may also die well."
$10 non-profit donation, supporting Saraha Children's School & the Patient's fund at Maple Tree Healing
December 2016 : Evening Meditation Lessons with Tulku Sangye Tenzin at Saraha
MWF 6-7 pm in the Month of December (excluding Dec. 26)
visiting teacher Tulku Sangye Tenzin
will teach and lead meditation practice in the shrine at Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute. CLICK HERE
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