A Buddhist Approach to End-of-Life Care
This chapter aims to present the Tibetan Buddhist perspective that offers a rationale, experiential richness, and understanding in the area of death and dying, explaining the underlying principles of Tibetan Buddhism, which serve as the basis of death and dying practices. It also explores different practices during the various phases of death and evaluates how they can be incorporated into present-day end-of-life care.
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