Life & Death: A Buddhist Perspective/Speaker Series by James Hilgendorf

Life and death, from a Buddhist perspective, is the subject of a speaker series being presented by author James Hilgendorf.

Hilgendorf is a filmmaker and the author of ten non-fiction books.  He has also been practicing Buddhism for over forty years with the Soka Gakkai International, the largest Buddhist lay organization in the world now, with 12,000,000 members in 192 countries and territories around the globe.

Besides Buddhist concepts, his talks draw upon a wide range of sources, including science and physics, psychology, near-death experience research, personal experiences, and writers such as Leo Tolstoy, Arnold Toynbee, Carl Jung, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, and many others – all with the intent of sharing with his audiences insights into the subject of life and death that have a profound bearing on the way we look at ourselves and lead our lives.

Of his book, “Life & Death: A Buddhist Perspective”, one reviewer wrote:

“Having read all or parts of nearly a thousand books dealing with spiritual matters, I cannot recall another that so simply and effectively blends the fundamentals of religion and science” – Michael E. Tymn, Journal of Religion and Psychical Research.

For more information, see the author’s website.

To arrange James Hilgendorf as a speaker for your group or organization, contact the author directly.

The author lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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