plane of existence

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plane of existence

Paranormal
A nonmaterial, “other world” location, which cannot be accessed in absence of spiritual medium.
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"The first cargo consisting of one hundred Bardo pickups entered Iraq's market in June," he said, adding that market studies indicate that Iraq's market would welcome the pickup warmly.
Exporting Bardo pickups to countries like Iraq indicates that IKCO is closely focusing on its target markets, taking the most advantage of its production and export capacities.
At the same time, Sutras & Bardos is profoundly theoretical.
Sutras, he explains in the introduction to the book, are "a distinct Eastern literary form that employs minimal syllabary and is unambiguous, pithy, comprehensive, continuous and without flaw." Bardos, he adds, are "the intermediate or intimate transitional or in-between or liminal states after death and before one's next birth." There is plenty of food for thought here.
In Sutras & Bardos, there are insights into the private lives of Ginsberg, Waldman, Berrigan, and others, as teachers and as poets, and revelations about the intimate world of poetry at Naropa.
Sutras & Bardos is not, however, a compilation of outrageous behaviors, regrets, and misgivings.
The essays and interviews in Sutras & Bardos are overtly political.