Recommend To Me Your Favorite Dzogchen Book

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Re: Recommend To Me Your Favorite Dzogchen Book

Postby heart » Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:05 pm

Pero wrote:Another book that I though was amazing is Dilgo Khyentse's Crystal Cave. I've had a chance to look at it when I was in Yeselling (Austrian Ling of DC). It's a actually a collection of various teachings. I think I remember one member of E-Sangha saying it was mind blowing and after reading parts of it I could see why he thought that way. They sell it at Rangjung Yeshe but unfortunatelly, this one is restricted even more. Not only do you need direct introduction but also need finished preliminaries.


Crystal Cave is the first of the Rangjung Yeshe restricted texts. It was all translated by Erik Pema Kunzang. I wish someone could sponsor a new edition of this wonderful book.

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Re: Recommend To Me Your Favorite Dzogchen Book

Postby kalden yungdrung » Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:32 am

Tashi delek dear Dzogchen readers, :)

i guess the best book would be
The hearing about the introduction
Continued in the practice
Of the Natural State :D

Know that some have better eyes then ears
But to see or reading words
From outside to inside
Can be very illusionary

Hearing from outside
to inside
Done by the Dzogchen Master :bow:
Avoids many illusions

Then is the seeing / awareness
From inside
To outside
Perfected :applause:

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IF HE DOES NOT APPLY HIS KNOWLEDGE
HE RESEMBLES THE BLIND MAN
WHO WITH A LAMP IN THE HAND CANNOT SEE THE ROAD
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