Three Dissolution Stages

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

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]

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

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

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

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

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