Mr. G wrote:
I was looking to elaborate on the questions by Fa Dao.
From a Dzogchyen POV, does a sutra style Pure Land practitioner attain full Buddhahood? I did not think so, but am unsure.
In that link I provided, would you know how Namdrol used the term "wisdom display" in the context of bardo experience? I still do not see how they are correlated.
Hi Mr. G
I think that from the POV of Dzogchen all other yanas have to eventually practice Dzogchen in order to reach full enlightenment. This is because the non-elaborate and non-conceptual nature of Dzogchen practice that all other practices will in up there, in my understanding.
In the bardo, if you don't recognize you nature in the luminous bardo of dhamatha which is like the primordial pure ground then the sounds, rays and lights will arise along with the peaceful and wrathful manifestations and this is like the ground manifestations. I guess you can call that wisdom display.
"To reject practice by saying, 'it is conceptual!' is the path of fools. A tendency of the inexperienced and something to be avoided."