Malcolm wrote:Jyoti wrote:Malcolm wrote:If you assume the trikāya has something to do with vijñāna, then you would be correct. But that is not how the trikāya is understood in Dzogchen.
You need to read Primordial Experience, and understand how the Dzogchen tradition treats the cittamatra school and its doctrines so that you may correctly differentiate them. Otherwise, you will merely continue down this path of confusing yourself and others.
Why not just quote the text here or describe the content?
You are an intelligent person and capable of doing your own reading.
http://www.amazon.com/Primordial-Experi ... experience
Yes, I'm capable, but I want your own interpretation on the matter, yet you can't even use your own terms. I'm familar with N.N. works, his stand on trikaya is the three existential states. But even these are not separate from the 8 consciousnesses. His stand on 'beyond mind' is simple beyond conceptualization, but this is talking about the body only, the dharmakaya is still the same basis as the alaya-vijnana, else you won't even be able to exist, as it is the ground that support this virtual reality right now.