- n. Lit., the Great Perfection; the state of contemplation beyond the mind; not unconscious, but mental processes not conditioning of awareness.
- n. The corresponding teachings found in Nyingmapa and the non-Buddhist Bonpo.
“For the Buddhist non-dual system of Dzogchen, the Self is a synonym for the Buddha-nature and the ground of all.”
“In this case, we present audio of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, one of the foremost scholars and meditation masters of his generation in the Nyingma and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism.”
“Called Thought-Free Wakefulness, it offers the profoundity and clarity of two great Tibetan meditation traditions, Dzogchen and Mahamudra.”
“Nowness-awareness is the authentic, unfabricated Buddha," said my late Dzogchen master Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche.”
“In the Dzogchen tradition, we find a special treatment of the emptiness component within the unified view.”
“Now the Fifth himself practised both Dzogchen and the Sakya Non-Ascertainment within Appearance and Emptiness.”
“There is no need to hide them from anyone, whether the person in question is a Kagyu, Dzogchen or Sakya practitioner.”
“Fifth himself practised both Dzogchen and the Sakya Non-Ascertainment within Appearance and Emptiness.”
“Indeed, it seems that in the latter part of his life his main emphasis was very much upon Dzogchen.”
“It so happens that I, myself, like Dzogchen-style "sky-gazing meditation" for my "am-ness cereal.”
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