Buddhist Inner Sciences 101: Three Luminosities – Ep. 55
In this episode Professor Thurman talks about a coarse, subtle and super subtle body-mind. He then explains the Tibetan Buddhist concept of “three luminosities”: the states of consciousness, which can be experienced either after death, or during sleep. He compares the infinite energy of the clear-light space in our mind with the zero-quantum vacuum energy field.
Buddhist Inner Sciences 101: Three Luminosities – Ep. 55 of the Bob Thurman Podcast Image via www. himalayaart.com.
Excerpted from a lecture given on November 29, 2015 at Menla Retreat Center, as part of a retreat called “Death & Deathlessness: Buddhist Insights and Practices for Life, Death, and the In-Between” with Dale Borglum & Robert Thurman.
This podcast is apart of the Buddhist Inner Sciences 101 Podcast Series taken from the Bob Thurman & Tibet House US archives which are intended to provide an introduction to the yogic, meditative & theoretical practices of the tradition. These recordings are intended to be general overviews & one should be studying with a qualified teacher before attempting or engaging in the practices.
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