But Rongzom says Dzogchen rejects any relative truth.
Dzogchen only subscribes to 1 truth.
Well, we were talking about sutra.
Further, Dzogchen rejects the two truths
, because relative "truth" is not true, being a deluded cognition. But Dzogchen does not reject appearances which appear to ignorance (ma rig pa).
Dzogchen substitutes vidyā and āvidyā (rig pa and ma rig pa) for the term "pāramārtha satya" and "samvṛitti satya".
Also one will discover that Dzogchen, in rejecting the two truths, also rejects ultimate truth, as it states in The Mind Mirror of Samantabhadra
Since there is no ultimate, also the name “relative” does not exist.
And as it says in Soaring Great Garuda
Since phenomena and nonphenomena have always been merged and are inseparable,
there is no further need to explain an “ultimate phenomenon”.
So not only is the relative negated in Dzogchen, so is any concept of ultimate.
It would really help me out.