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At the time of death, when the mind disintegrates and dissolves into the vast empty space of the Nature of Mind, the deceased finds oneself in a vast space without limits or boundaries, that is to say, the infinite space of the state of Shunyata. One may remain in this state of Shunyata for three to seven days. However, the yogi, because one has experienced this state in meditation practice previously, recognizes it and often remains in for seven days. Because it did not liberate, the Son Clear Light dissolves into the Mother Clear Light, which is the Kunzhi, and falls unconscious.
4. 5. Gaze Gaze Gaze Gaze of of of of the Sambhogakaya [rdzogs-sku'i lta-stangs], the Nirmanakaya [sprul-sku'i lta-stangs], Skilful Means [thabs kyi lta-stangs] , and Discriminating Wisdom [shes-rab kyi lta-stangs]. 3c. Training in the Practice With respect to the third further consideration, this training represents the essential point of the mind [gsum-pa Ia gcun-pa sems kyi gnad Ia]. 4. The Arising of Visions Third, with regard to the mode of arising (of the visions) [gsum-pa 'char tshul la]: IIIC.
A. The Meditation Practice Thus, there are three further considerations: 1. Having bound and controlled the activities of the body, one relaxes without engaging in any actions [Ius kyi bya-ba bsdam nas byar med du glod-pa], 2. Having bound and controlled the activities of the speech of the voice, one relaxes without speaking or expressing oneself [ngag gi smra-ba bsdam nas brjod med du glod-pa], and Having bound and controlled the memories and thoughts in the 3. mind, one relaxes, transcending all thinking and thereby one produces a samadhi, or state of contemplation, that is devoid of thoughts [sems kyi dran-pa bsam bsdam nas bsam 'das su glad pas/ mi rtog-pa'i ting-'dzin skye-ba'o].