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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

You are perfect Buddha Mind: Dzogchen

©Tempa Dukte Lama
(excerpt from forthcoming book) -
From: Olmo Ling

You are perfect Buddha Mind: Dzogchen
"Learn to look without imagination, to listen without distortion: that is all. Stop attributing names and shapes to the essentially nameless and formless, realize that every mode of perception is subjective, that what is seen or heard, touched or smelled, felt or thought,expected or imagined, is in the mind and not in reality, and you will experience peace and freedom from fear." - Nisargadatta Maharaj
In the Bon tradition, Dzogchen practice is the highest teaching of all. Through the practice of Dzogchen one can attain enlightenment in this very life. Dzogchen is a Tibetan term that is made up of two words. The first word is ‘Dzog’, the second word is ‘Chen’. ‘Dzog’ means complete, and ‘Chen’ means great. In the West, Dzogchen is known as The Great Perfection. Dzogchen practice is found in Bon teaching and Nyingmapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

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