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The '''''la''''' ([[wyl.]] bla) means "above" or "higher" and is sometimes translated as "spirit". The ''la'' is what remains behind when a person dies while the life-force is what ends and the consciousness is what proceeds to take rebirth.  
 
The '''''la''''' ([[wyl.]] bla) means "above" or "higher" and is sometimes translated as "spirit". The ''la'' is what remains behind when a person dies while the life-force is what ends and the consciousness is what proceeds to take rebirth.  
  
(For more informations see for example [[Khenpo Kartar Rinpoche]], ''Karma Chakme's Mountain Dharma'', Vol. II (Woodstock: KTD Publications, 2006), p.88.)
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For more informations see for example [[Khenpo Kartar Rinpoche]], ''Karma Chakme's Mountain Dharma'', Vol. II (Woodstock: KTD Publications, 2006), p.88.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:48, 2 October 2007

The la (wyl. bla) means "above" or "higher" and is sometimes translated as "spirit". The la is what remains behind when a person dies while the life-force is what ends and the consciousness is what proceeds to take rebirth.

For more informations see for example Khenpo Kartar Rinpoche, Karma Chakme's Mountain Dharma, Vol. II (Woodstock: KTD Publications, 2006), p.88.