Thrangu Rinpoche begins these teachings with instructions on preparing for death by practicing dharma during the bardo of this life. He goes on to provide profound instruction on the approach of death, spiritual care for those who are dying, the characteristics of dissolution, practice during dissolution, practice at the time of death, and Powa practice. He gives instructions on the short Shitro practice and teaches extensively about the intervals or bardos of Dharmata and Becoming. In the public talk that precedes these teachings, Rinpoche teaches on bodhicitta, the four immeasurables, and karma. Several talks end with extensive question and answer sessions. Translation by Lama Yeshe Gyamtso. This recording is edited in the "Mainly English" format. 13 talks, including the opening night public talk.