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Tibetan Book of the Dead - Learning and Lessons



Type of Spiritual Experience


This description very roughly coincides with the stage in the diagram marked learning, lessons and judgement, although it does not cover any judgement.

There is in part a recommendation that dreams are used to help in understanding

A description of the experience

Alas, now as the intermediate state of living arises before me,
Renouncing laziness, for which there is no time in this life,
I must enter the undistracted path of study, reflection and meditation.
Taking perceptual experience and [the nature of mind as the path,
I must cultivate actualisation of the three buddha-bodies.
Now, having obtained a precious human body, this one time,
I do not have the luxury of remaining on a distracted path.

Alas, now as the intermediate state of dreams arises before me,
Renouncing the corpse-like, insensitive sleep of delusion,
I must enter, free from distracting memories, the state of the abiding nature of reality.
Cultivating [the experience of inner radiance,
Through the recognition, emanation, and transformation of dreams,
I must not sleep like a beast,
But cherish the experiential cultivation which mingles sleep with actual [realisation].........

Alas, now as the intermediate state of the time of death arises before me,
Renouncing [all] attachment, yearning and subjective apprehension in every respect,
I must undistractedly enter the path, on which the oral teachings are clearly understood,
And eject my own awareness into the uncreated expanse of space.
Immediately upon separation from this compounded body of flesh and blood,
I must know [this body] to be like a transient illusion.

The source of the experience

Tibetan Book of the Dead [Bardo Thodol]

Concepts, symbols and science items

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Dreaming and lucid dreaming