You know what?
Whatever you guys say! If you think the dichotomy is artificual, I don't care.
If you think ngöndro is the way to go, I don't care.
If you think ngöndro can be excellent to recognize the natural state, I don't care.
If you think it is the best method for getting rid of doubt, guess what? I don't care either.
It's your opinion. I won't debate it any further. Whether you agree or not, it's of no consequence to me.
In fact, caring is what I have been doing in excess. And nobody is paying me, mind you!
As someone who actually completed ngöndro, what I'm seeing here seems a lot of fantasy about it, about Guru Yoga, integration and what have you.
It's my opinion. Feel free to disregard it. After all I am nobody of importance.
When I write, I mean the best. Well, the best now is not keeping involved with this discussion. It's not for me that I'm doing it, so I'll be a little selfish now.
Right now, what I need is a good night sleep. I wish you all a wonderful evening!
PS- I won't go without saying this though xy as my conscience doesn't allow it... what a bunch of baloney! It's not just "a matter of view". It's a matter of actually being able to rest in the natural state while doing it, and this is much more difficult than you think. If you can rest in the natural state while doing kyerim, dzogrim, why the hell are you doing them? It's stupid.
So, off to bed. Bye bye!