Hi there, budding Buddhist and death care worker interested in learning more specific texts/books speak on the death process as well as concepts of the after life, realms, bardo, etc. Thank you!
The Theravada view hinges on the difference between samsara and nibbana:
I’ve collected a few of my favorite texts about it in a couple Google Drive Folders:
Hope they help, and welcome to SuttaCentral!
This is an amazing resource! Thank you for sharing.
Bhikkhu Analayo compiled a book called ‘Mindfully Facing Disease and Death’, it is a selection of Sutta’s in which the Buddha or another disciple like Ven. Sariputta gives deathbed teachings. The book is freely offered here:
Mindfully Facing Disease and Death, Compassionate Advice from Early Buddhist Texts , Cambridge: Windhorse, 2016. download