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Dechen Norbu wrote:Pero, if this guy ever reads the Kunjed Gyalpo, we're screwed!
padma norbu wrote:Paul wrote:mint wrote:How did you infer that he was tlaking about the Dzogchen method of Shamatha based on what he said?? I don't even know what that is...but still, I thought he was confusing Dzogchen with Dogen.
Because he's talking about one of the preliminaries to dzogchen which can be used to jump to the recognition of rigpa.
So... what is dzogchen vipashyana? I found this, but it says nothing:
Lhug-Pa wrote:Interesting, just had the book Quintessential Dzogchen in my hands a few minutes ago (haven't studied it yet though).
Now I would have thought that the best 'order' would be:
1) Shamatha 2) Rushen 3) Vipassana
? ? ?
alpha wrote:This is what CNNR says about discovering your real nature when introduced by your root guru.
"Once we discover our real nature ,problems disappear, and is no longer necessary to make any effort to overcome them.This is the value of the knowledge transmitted by the root teacher"
I find this quite extraordinary in the sense that this is the real and very accurate measure of whether we have discovered or recognized our nature or not.
I must say with some sadness that this is not my experience.
I dont know about you though ????
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