Dzogchen and the Two Stages

Re: Dzogchen and the Two Stages

Postby rai » Tue Mar 04, 2014 1:43 pm

Yudron wrote:
Malcolm wrote:Not for me. Mahayoga and Anuyoga are not my path. They can be someone elses path, but they are not mine.


I'm curious: In 2008 you posted you were practicing bum chen and advised everyone to do the same. Did that not pan out for you was you had hoped?


now i am curious, what is bum chen? is it some breathing exercise?
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Re: Dzogchen and the Two Stages

Postby Malcolm » Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:54 pm

rai wrote:
Yudron wrote:
Malcolm wrote:Not for me. Mahayoga and Anuyoga are not my path. They can be someone elses path, but they are not mine.


I'm curious: In 2008 you posted you were practicing bum chen and advised everyone to do the same. Did that not pan out for you was you had hoped?


now i am curious, what is bum chen? is it some breathing exercise?



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The very meaning of the Tibetan term Dzogchen, "Great Perfection," refers to the true primordial state of every individual and not to any transcendent reality.

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