Precious Human Life with Arnaud Maitland

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It's never too late to heal the past. We can own and transform even the most difficult life situations, including death and our own seemingly fatal mistakes. Coming to terms with the loss of a loved one is a major life challenge. Author and lifelong practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, Arnaud Maitland, reveals how grief over the loss of his mother deepened his ability to apply the Buddhist teachings in his own life. Maitland journeys through turbulent emotions, feelings of helplessness, guilt, anger, confusion, despair and fear, while at the same time exploring the larger framework of Buddhist teachings on impermanence, suffering and the development of wisdom and compassion. (hosted by Michael Toms)

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Arnaud Maitland has an MA in Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy, a Law degree from the University of Amsterdam, and he worked for twenty-five years in the U.S. with the Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku. For more than two decades he has been giving talks and seminars on Buddhist topics throughout the world.

He is the author of:

  • Masterwork: Mastering Time (Dharma Publishing 2000)
  • Living Without Regret: Growing Old in the Light of Tibetan Buddhism (Dharma Publishing 2005)

To learn more about the work of Arnaud Maitland go to www.dharmapublishing.com.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How can you celebrate the passing of a loved one
  • What doesn't die? And how can you communicate with that
  • How can you live a life without regret
  • When is "mind" more than intellect
  • Why do assumptions cause problems
  • How caring about yourself first allows you to contribute more to the world
Host: Michael Toms        Interview Date: 3/16/2006      Program Number: 3138