Re: Re: Tibetan Book of the Dead & Theosophy
Jan 15, 1999 08:39 AM
by Jerry Schueler
>I agree with this observation, since I, too, have had a "near death"
>experience that included a complete past-life review. (But not "past", in
>sense of previous "lives".). However, such a review is not an "after
>experience, but occurs in the state of transition between life and
>the person "realizes" that death is approaching. Technically, this is in
>8 minutes that it takes the brain to die. Therefore, the Book of the Dead
>would have no reference to his review, nor would any lamas, because it and
>they would only be concerned with the actual "after death" state of Kama
>(which starts only when the brain is totally discharged of energy and
Leon, for once I agree with you.
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