DJKR on the Three Levels Of Perception

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DJKR on the Three Levels Of Perception

Postby dzogchungpa » Mon Apr 07, 2014 3:30 am

The Three Levels Of Perception Teaching On The Three Visions (Snang Gsum) Of The Sakyapa (Singapore 2003) By Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/216674308/THE-THREE-LEVELS-OF-PERCEPTIONTEACHING-ON-THE-THREE-VISIONS-SNANG-GSUM-OF-THE-SAKYAPAby-Dzongsar-Jamyang-Khyentse-Rinpoche
Note that, in the higher tantras, there is talk of a self and an I, even though in the lower teachings the absence of self and the absence of I is what is always proclaimed. - Tony Duff
If we have to have a soul, it might as well be vidya, it is after all, permanent, unconditioned, a knower, stainless, and free from the three realms. But If we don't have to have one, vidya still has these characteristics. It is our essenceless essence. - A certain Gemini
To educate the educated is notoriously difficult. - Jacques Barzun
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