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Stream of Continuous Non-meditation, Flow of Unbroken Samadhi & Natural Mind

http://naturalmind.wordpress.com/2009/07/23/stream-of-continuous-non-meditation-flow-of-unbroken-samadhi Having received the faultless instructions on Mahamudra or on Dzogchen, The unique path traveled by countless Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, If you wish to remain uninterruptedly In the nonmeditation samadhi That is like a continuous stream, You must do this: … Continue reading

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Keith Dowman / The Flight of the Garuda

http://www.keithdowman.net/books/fg.htm The Garuda ‘All thoughts vanish into emptiness like the imprint of a bird in the sky’ Dzogchen is ‘The Great Perfection’, the apogee of Tibetan Tantric Buddhist meditation accomplishment. It is the Buddha’s enlightenment in rainbow light. It is … Continue reading

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Dzogchen – Rigpa Wiki

http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Dzogchen From the page Dzogchen is both the final and ultimate teaching (ati-yoga), and the heart of the teachings of all the Buddhas. Though generally associated with the Nyingma or Ancient School of Tibetan Buddhism founded by Padmasambhava. Dzogchen has … Continue reading

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The Dzogchen Lineage & Wutai Mountain

http://wutai.wordpress.com/2006/12/19/the-dzogchen-lineage/ From Manjushrimitra’s Last Testament O son of good family If you wish to see the continuity Of naked awareness Then focus on absolute awareness as the object Press the points of the body Close the way of going and … Continue reading

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Aro – Aro classes

http://arobuddhism.org/community/classes.html I just don’t get it. Why do westerners; especially of an esoteric school, dress up like asians? I find it so very peculiar. Why change your identity, be free of it!

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John Myrdhin Reynolds / Vajranatha

http://www.vajranatha.com/ From the page: “The original Dzogchen teachings are found equally in the old, unreformed Tibetan schools of the Buddhist Nyingmapas and the pre-Buddhist Bonpos. These teachings are substantially the same in both schools in terms of meaning, terminology, and … Continue reading

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