Death, intermediate state and rebirth in Tibetan Buddhism
Snow Lion, May 1, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 86 pages
Detailed exposition of how people die, the stages of death, and the subtle physiological processes attending death and deep meditation.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Foreword by His Holiness the Fourteenth
The Intermediate State
2 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Abhidharma Abhidharmakosha accord in aspect aggregate Asanga's Actuality autumn sky basic wisdom becomes Buddha butter-lamp causes central channel channel-petals channel-wheel clear light coarse cyclic existence Death and Intermediate deity yoga desire Dharmsala dissolution dualistic eighty conceptions eighty indicative conceptions element Emanation Body external sign Factor dissolving fire-dwelling Guhyasamaja heart hell-being Highest Yoga Mantra Hinayana indestructible drop internal JEFFREY HOPKINS Lam rim Lamp Thoroughly Illuminating left channels light of death Mahayana Manjushri mediate mind of appearance mind of near-attainment mind of radiant mother mount navel non-virtuous object occurs ordinary path predispositions Presentation of Birth purified radiant black reborn red constituents red drops red increase regenerative fluid right and left semen semen and blood sentient simultaneously stage of completion subtle body subtle wind Tantra Tibet Tibetan Buddhism Treasury of Knowledge Truth Body Tsong-ka-pa's Vajradhara Vasubandhu's Commentary virtuous wheel whereupon white and red white mustard wind and mind wind that serves yogi