Dissolution

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dissolution (klong thim) - absorption within the expanse (of being)* [RB]

Whiteness (dkar lam) - An experience during the bardo of dying. The first stage of the subtle dissolution stages of appearance, increase, and attainment [RY]

Whiteness (utter) (dkar lam pa) - Syn {dkar lam}. 1) A mind of radiant white appearance. 2) the falling of the white Bodhichitta from the head-center to the heart-center at the time of the dissolution of the bodily elements during the process of death. This is accompanied by a mental perception of whiteness [RY]

sku yal ba - 1) shi ba; 2) subsiding/ dissolution of deity [IW]

Great Aeon (bskal chen) - [acc. to Abhidharma-Kosha 80 bskal chung. Acc. to Abhidharma-Samucchaya 4 bskal chung. See {bskal pa chen po}; great aeon. A great aeon consists of eight intermediate aeons (see {bar bskal}). and is divided into:


bskal pa'i mtha' - 1) indefinite time span. 2) the end of the world, aeon. 3) period of dissolution of the universe. 4) Syn {'jig pa'i bskal pa} [RY]

dga' bzhi 'gros thim - progression and dissolution of the four joys [RY]

dga' bzhi'i 'gros thim bzhi - the fourfold progression and dissolution of the four joys [RY]

'gros thim - progress & dissolution, SA dga' bzhi 'gros thim [JV]

chos nyid zad pa - extinction into reality, (dissolution of all phenomena, exhaustion, cessation) into the ultimate nature, SA snang bzhi, vision of the cessation of phenomenal reality, vision of the consummation of reality [JV]

Bardo of dying ('chi kha'i bar do) - The period from the onset of the process of dying until the end of the three subtle dissolution stages [RY]

'jig pa'i bskal pa - period of dissolution of the universe, age of destruction, One of bskal pa bzhi [JV]

rjes gzhig - final dissolution [in development stage meditation bskyed rim, after gathering the deity's palace into light, gathering one's body too into light/ luminosity rim pa [IW]

nyer bsdu'i rnal 'byor - practice of dissolution [RY]

thim pa - dissolve in, integrate into, be lost in something else, melt down, be dissolved, being mixed up with another object, absorbed, pass into, evaporate, creep away, disappear in a hole, vanish, dissolution, submerge, to vanish [JV]

thim rim - dissolution stages; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 173] [RY]

thim rim - dissolution stages; stages of dissolving [RY]

thim lugs rnam pa brgyad - eight modes of dissolution [RY]

dissolution and emergence (bsdu ldang) - dissolving and emerging; dissolution and emergence; dissolution and emergence [RY]

bsdu rim - dissolution phase; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 135, 206] [RY]

gnas skabs brgyad - 8 stages of dissolution [in mantrayana: sa chu me rlung &, dkar lam, dmar lam, nag lam, snang ba: thim rim gyi gnas skabs brgyad] [IW]

snang ba bzhi - 4 visions (direct, increase, perfection, dissolution), SA snang bzhi, 4 visions, 4 stages in the progress of the practice of integration of the light of thod rgal, SA chos nyid mngon sum gyi snang ba, nyams snang gong 'phel gyi snang ba, rig pa tshad phebs, chos nyid zad chen po'i snang ba, four visions [JV]

phyi'i snang ba nang dbyings la thim pa - dissolution of outer appearances into the inner space [RY]

'phro 'du - emanating and absorbing; proliferation and/ or reduction (of thoughts); shining forth and reconverging (of lights rays in visualization); the thought activity, the occurrence and dissolution of a thought [RY]

'phro 'du - emanate and gather [flow, activity, occurrence and dissolution of thoughts] [IW]

'phro bsdu - projection and dissolution [RY]

'phrod 'du - discursive thoughts, thought activity, occurrence and dissolution of a thought, diffused or concentrated, to generate thoughts, emanated and absorbed [a light ray] [RY]

'phrod bsdu - projection and dissolution [of thoughts] [RY]

'byung ba thim rim - the dissolution stages of the elements [RY]

'byung ba thim rim - the stages of the dissolving of the elements [At the time of death the elements of flesh, blood, heat, and breath one by one dissolving is the order of dissolution of the four coarse elements. By the earth element dissolving into water external sign is that the body cannot move and the eye does not see forms, the internal sign is the arising of an appearance like smoke. By the dissolving of the water element into fire, the external sign is that all the body's moist parts become dried up and the ear does not hear sounds. The inner sign is the arising of appearance like a mirage. With the dissolving of the fire element into wind the external sign is that the body's heat subsides and the nose no longer smells scents. The internal sign is the arising of an appearance like fireflies. With wind dissolving into consciousness the external sign is that one cannot collect the breath inwardly and the body does not feel touchables. The internal sign is an appearance like that of a lamp disturbed by wind] [IW]

dmar lam - Redness. The second stage of the subtle dissolution stages of appearance, increase and attainment [RY]

gzhom gzhig - dissolution or destruction [IW]

'od gsal nyer bsdu'i rnal 'byor - practice of dissolution into luminosity [RY]

'od gsal zung 'jug la thim pa - Luminosity dissolving into union. One of the dissolution stages during the bardo of dharmata [RY]

ril 'dzin - dissolution (meditative process), naropa 64 [JV]

lus rdul phran du - total dissolution [JV]