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The Death Dhamma Podcast

May 23, 2022

Thoughts on our current situation in the human realm. It is rare to be born a human. And it is our birthright to be spiritual beings and to move toward enlightenment.

You may find yourself, looking around and wondering if you are viewing Devas in human form. Beings living a life of pure pleasure, in as much as they...

May 19, 2022

After we had been speaking for a little while, Mahesi Caplan said:

"This might be an outrageous thing to say, but over the past few decades, I have been having this thought that there is no death."

He went on to say, "Of course, the body dies."

And then he discussed this whole concept of we don't die so much as we...

May 16, 2022

Mahesi Caplan was interested in the big questions at an early age. When others were on the playground, young Mahesi was sitting on the stairs wondering where he had come from, and what was the meaning of this life?

He felt a connection with something much more expansive, something that exists beyond the noise of...

May 5, 2022

One of the first things that struck me about my discussion with Ratnadevi is how she noted that there were so many different examples of impermanence that we could work with. She knew that her mother was dying. We are wherever we are with the pandemic, our climate is in crisis, and Ukraine is under attack. These are...