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A Conversation with Pema Chödrön

Join beloved Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön for an audio recording on how to live in times of uncertainty and immense change. Sign up today and hear Ani Pema answer questions on the bardo, impermanence, and the inevitability of change.

Let Ani Pema Explain . . .

The Inevitability of Change
Pema explains the Buddhist notion of impermanence and emphasizes that attachment to material things is a cause of suffering.
The Power of "In Between"
Though it can be uncomfortable feeling as if you're stuck between important moments, there is untapped strength in life's "gaps."
The Lessons of Death
Death is the final change we all experience in this life, and we often avoid thinking on it. But according to Pema, thinking on death can yield immense self-knowledge.

About Your Teacher

Pema Chödrön

. . . is an American-born Buddhist nun and the author of many modern-day spiritual classics, including The Wisdom of No Escape, Start Where You Are, When Things Fall Apart, The Places That Scare You, No Time to Lose, Practicing Peace in Times of War, How to Meditate, and Living Beautifully. She serves as resident teacher at Gampo Abbey Monastery in Nova Scotia. For more information, visit

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Embracing the Unknown

Listen to Pema answer questions about the bardo, impermanence, and the inevitability of change in uncertain and turbulent times.

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