Nothing Existed Except the Eyes of the Maharshi
by N.R. Krishnamurti Aiyer. Oct. 29, 2001
Who Are You? An Interview With Papaji by
Jeff Greenwald. Oct. 24, 2001
An Interview with Byron Katie by Sunny
Massad. Oct. 23, 2001
An Interview with Douglas Harding by Kriben
Pillay. Oct. 21, 2001
The Nectar of Immortality by Sri Nisargadatta
Maharaj. Oct. 18, 2001
The Power of the Presence Part Two by David
Godman. Oct. 15, 2001
The Quintessence of My Teaching by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Oct. 3, 2001
Interview With David Godman. Sept. 28, 2001
The Power of the Presence Part One by David
Godman. Sept. 28, 2001
Nothing Ever Happened Volume 1 by
David Godman. Sept. 23, 2001
Collision with the Infinite by Suzanne
Segal. Sept. 22, 2001
Lilly of the Valley, the Bright and Morning
Star by Charlie Hopkins. August 9, 2001
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meaning "great perfection" in Tibetan, is
an advanced practice associated particularly with Bon,
the native religion of Tibet, and the Nyingma School
of Vajrayana (Tibetan) Buddhism. In both traditions,
Dzogchen is the highest of nine methods for reaching
Dzogchen was a secret teaching but in recent years it
has been taught openly.
is also called Dzogpa Chenpo, Ati Yoga, and Maha Ati.
The primordial Buddha Samantabhadra and consort (Kuntuzangpo
Yab-Yum) surrounded by peaceful and wrathful deities.
Photo courtesy of the Dzogchen
FURTHER READING ON THE WEB
by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
about Bon Dzogchen from the book Wonders of the Natural
Mind. On the website of the Ligmincha Institute.
Ati: The Great Perfection
By Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
explanation of how to practice Dzogchen. On the website
of the Shambhala Sun.
With Ngak'chang Rinpoche
By Ngakpa Rig'dzin Dorje and Ngakma Shardröl Wangmo
of Dzogchen on the website of the Aro gTer.
of Lama Surya Das, an American monk who holds a Dzogchen
page was published on February 6, 2000 and last revised
on May 8, 2000.