Antarābhava

Antarābhava (huān-gú: अन्तरभाव (antarābhava); tâi-gú: tiong-iú, tiong-im, tiong-ùn, tiong-im sin, tiong-iú sin; hàn-gú: 中有, 中陰, 中蘊, 中有身, 中陰身; tsōng-gú: བར་དོ་ (bardo)), koh kiò-tsò tiong-im, tiong-un, tiong-iú-sin, tiong-im-sin),[1]Hu̍t-kàu ê su̍t-gú [en] ì-sù sī teh piáu-sī sèñ-miā teh sí-bông tsi hiō, kàu ē-tsi̍t-kî sèñ-miā khai-sí tsi-tsîng tiong-kan ê tshûn-tsāi tsōng-thài. Antarābhava sī sèñ-miā lûn-huê [en] ê tsi̍t pōo-hūn, luī-sū it-puañ sóo-kóng ê lîng-hûn, kuí-hûn [en], hûn-phik, guân-sîn [zh], sè-bî-sin [en] tíng-tíng ê sueh-huat; m̄-kù Hu̍t-kàu tuì antarābhava ū ka-kī ê lí-lūn kái-sueh.

Bi̍t-tsong [en] Bûn-bú pah-tsun [zh] tāi Mandala [en]. Tibetan illustration of the Peaceful and Wrathful Deities of the post-mortem intermediate state (bardo). Some Tibetan Buddhists hold that when a being goes through the intermediate state, they will have visions of various deities.

Teh Hu̍t-kàu ê lí-lūn lāi-té, bô kāng-khuán pōo-phài tuì antarābhava ê khài-liām iú-sóo tsing-lūn [en]. Sarvastivada [en] tsi-tshî antarābhava ha̍k-suat, m̄-kù Mahāsāṃghika [en] kah Vibhajyavāda [en] tō bô tsi-tshî antarābhava ê ha̍k-suat. Sthavira nikāya [en] Hu̍t-kàu hiú-tīng [en] antarābhava lí-lūn, m̄-koh hàn-thuân hu̍t-kàu kah tsōng-thuân hu̍t-kàu tō-lóng phóo-phèn tsiap-siū antarābhava ê siūñ-huat [en].

Tsù-káiSiu-kái

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Ên-sin ua̍t-to̍kSiu-kái

  • American Book of the Dead. 1987. E.J. Gold. Nevada City: IDHHB. (Eng-gí)
  • Bardo Teachings: The Way of Death and Rebirth. 1987. By Venerable Lama Lodo. Ithaca, NY: Snow Lion Publications ISBN 0937938602 (Eng-gí)
  • The Bardo Thodol: A Golden Opportunity. 2008. Mark Griffin. Los Angeles: HardLight Publishing. (Eng-gí)
  • Death, Intermediate State, and Rebirth. 1981. Lati Rinpoche. Snow Lion Publications. (Eng-gí)
  • The Hidden History of the Tibetan Book of the Dead. 2003. Bryan J. Cuevas. New York: Oxford University Press. (Eng-gí)
  • Mirror of Mindfulness: The Cycle of the Four Bardos, Tsele Natsok Rangdrol, translated by Erik Pema Kunsang (Rangjung Yeshe Publications). (Eng-gí)
  • Natural Liberation. 1998. Padmasambhava. The text is translated by B. Alan Wallace, with a commentary by Gyatrul Rinpoche. Somerville, Wisdom Publications. (Eng-gí)
  • The Tibetan Book of the Dead: Awakening Upon Dying. 2013. by Padmasambhava (Author), Chögyal Namkhai Norbu (Commentary), Karma Lingpa (Author), Elio Guarisco (Translator). Shang Shung Publications & North Atlantic Books. (Eng-gí)
  • The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. 1993. Sogyal Rinpoche. New York: HarperCollins. (Eng-gí)

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