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  1. Hm…What a strange definition of “death”. Did you say PHENOMENON? Buddhism (your question relates to it) very clearly defines the physical death of a human being as just a POINT in time. And nothing else. Undoubtedly important, but only a point on the way to our NEXT STATE in the BARDO of DYING and then in the BARDO of REINCARNATION. And the question itself sounds somewhat ridiculous, although it should sound something like this: “How do YOU feel about the fact that one day, as a result of a fatal illness or accident, YOU find yourself in a completely unfamiliar and frightening state of TRANSITION to a disembodied state for most people? When YOUR thoughts start to get confused and your sanity starts to fade. Only Buddhism provides STEP-by-STEP instructions for your actions in this state, reveals their meaning and significance.

  2. They simply do not know what is really happening on the astral plane ,because the teaching is a statute and rules,and reality is intentionally closed through them,so that there is no hint of search and reflection,as well as a call for correctness in statements on the topic.It's like censorship.

    A, the fact that a person has two consciousnesses, one consciousness of the Ego in the center, relative to awareness as a physical body, but is located on the astral and not even on the astral body.The second consciousness that is always from a clean slate and docked and formatted from spherical (three-dimensional) everything in everything, in the logic of chains and closed circles of these chains.More than one religion does not mention this and there are simply no hints, and this is the key point,we are simply being fooled and used for something completely different, which is being sniffed out through religions,sciences, esotericism and a lot of other things merged in the consciousness of the Ego.Because of the personal consciousness are a very small number of people,because of their dependencies,and they are in everything and everywhere,and this world is,but not for man,but for him that is to list and I simply can not,because you live in it and not even know from �what and why and revealing the answers will be the same.

  3. The Dalai Lama, speaking about the nature of consciousness, said that it is a continuous flow, is not something created. But at the same time, consciousness can change its shape quite strongly from time to time and go into different states, including coma, stasis, and amnesia. Consciousness is a stream of continuously changing states and its nature is mobile. Since Buddhism has a belief in reincarnation that is different from Hinduism, the mind, taking the form of different beings, also changes greatly depending on the characteristics of a particular incarnation. Death as a certain independent force that causes fear in society is only an illusion, and there is a quote on this topic: “when a person is alive, there is no death, when a person is dead, there is no longer a person.” As for the belief in the afterlife itself, it is a stream of reincarnations for the constant consciousness. The cosmology of the worlds where chitta is embodied is very rich, so in general, the fear of non-existence is absolutely alien to Buddhism. There are true sutras where Nirvana is described as a complete cessation of consciousness, but they need to apply special interpretations, taking into account the time of writing, conditions, and circumstances.

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