Probably best for folks who have experienced the rewards of deep meditation in any of the Buddhist traditions. As I expected, some portions of this masterpiece are grounded in the Tibetan flavor of the Dharma, to which this Theravada pilgrim did not relate, but I was pleased to see that even an unpracticed pilgrim would find this interesting. For the very few who know that luminous emptiness, this is a profound analysis of the path between death and birth, or between death and no rebirth.
There are choice readings from the Tibetan Book of the Dead here, and some interpretations/explanations. This is really esoteric stuff. For anyone reading this review, if you aren't keenly interested in Tibetan belief's on death and on Tibetan Buddhism culture, you may not like it. For me, this audiobook blew my mind.
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