A Book that Radiates Healing and Love


Suzanne Banay Santo wrote to us: “When my son Zoran was a tiny baby, he had a very serious cerebral hemorrhage.

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Finding Fearlessness in the Face of Suffering


Dr. Ann Allegre, award-winning professor and physician in the field of Palliative Medicine writes: “When I first encountered the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, I had already been working for several years as a hospice physician.  Although I loved the work and felt grateful to be able to help patients and families in such […]

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Inexplicable Tears

Ruth at a holy cave of Guru Rinpoche in Nepal

Ruth Gawler, from Australia, writes: “Ian (my boyfriend at the time) gave me a copy of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying in 1999. I was living in Alice Springs, Australia and working as a doctor in a general practice in the centre of town.

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Dignity in Death.


Boon Ngoei sent us his story today: “In 1993 I lost my partner through a AIDS related illness.

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Que m’arrivera-t-il quand je mourrai ?


Karin Behrendt, une étudiante de Sogyal Rinpoché ainsi que sa traductrice en Allemand écrit : Pour beaucoup de gens, moi y compris, le Livre Tibétain de la Vie et de la Mort n’est pas un livre comme les autres, mais la réponse à une longue quête sur le sens de la vie et de la […]

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