Buddhists have schematized the possible life realms into six main categories.
The "six realms of migration" are graphically represented everywhere
throughout Tibet and elsewhere in the Buddhist world in the "wheel of
life" often found on temple walls. This figure represents the experience
of the dying person, who flies into the "mouth of Death" and lands on
the wheel of egocentric life according to his or her evolutionary momentum.
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