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  1. where to start?

    What can I do without a teacher? Not that I don't want one, just can't afford extra expenditures at the moment. I'm in college and every dollar counts. Anyway I was thinking of just doing Tree Hugging. I do energy work but it's from the vajrayana tradition.
  2. Is rigpa really that simple?

    rig pa or vidya is a special type of knowledge.
  3. Non-Gradual Dzogchen

    I don't take the original post seriously because, 1) It says to practice the non- gradual path one has to read all these books in order to effortlessly not practice. 2)By reading said text that would lead to "immediate" enlightenment. So I doubt this because we are so habituated. And to think after being directly introduced to knowledge of wisdom of our own mind one time, we will pass all the stages into complete buddhahood without remainder before the blink of an eye, doesn't make sense to me. A cig car ba or instaneous realizer, directly sees there own wisdom and NEVER becomes under the influence of habitual thoughts, passions etc again and is a Buddha without remainder. The only cig car bas I have heard about in history are Garab Dorje/ Prahe Vajra who is the First teacher of the Ati Yoga on this planet, and Saraha of Sahaja Mahamudra. Of course if there are others who become buddhas without remainder in faster than the blink of an eye honestly I don't know. Maybe the poster is a cig car ba, so they wouldn't need to practice thodgal or londe, I don't know. I'm just sharing, I could be wrong, this is just another post. Best wishes.
  4. Non-Gradual Dzogchen

    I'm really just sharing with no grudge, I cherish all teachings. I will differently use my friendly words and try to be more clear.
  5. The Guru can give oral, and symbolic introduction, but to have that knowledge, wisdom has to be recognized directly. Direct Introduction is indispensable in the Ati Yoga.
  6. I said it is indispensable.
  7. ngo sprod spras pa /direct introduction is indispensable to have that knowledge of wisdom.
  8. Non-Gradual Dzogchen

    I can't take the op serious, it's basically stating all are cig car ba. Only cig car ba is Prahe Vajra, and possibly Saraha.
  9. The visions are merely the aftermath of the rapid exhaustion of karmic traces resulting from the jump into space.
  10. Hum hum! As for the substantial head of the Buddha, Hum hum! I shall sever this deception which is a mara above you! Hum hum! Enemies, demons, adverse companions, and your environment consist of delusive experiences of dualistic grasping of thoughts. Hum hum! Do not regard this as being other than reification, other than grasping onto true existence. Hum hum! I shall destroy this deception which is a mara below you!
  11. books of rainbow body Dzogchen masters

    Some of Longchen Rabjams treasures I bought a month ago.
  12. books of rainbow body Dzogchen masters

    All Vima Nyingtik http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Vima_Nyingtik http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Tsik_Sum_N%C3%A9_Dek http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Six_Experiences_of_Meditation http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Seven_Nails http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Four_Means_of_Abiding Vimalamitra spent thirteen years in Tibet, and then, promising to return to Tibet every hundred years as an emanation to further the Clear Light teaching of Dzogpachenpo, he left for the Wutai Shan mountain in China. There he remains, in the rainbow body, the ‘Body of Great Transference’, and there he will remain until all of the 1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Kalpa have appeared. When they have all done so, he will once again go to Vajrasana in India, where he will manifest the state of complete and perfect enlightenment. I'm a big Vimalamitra fan so that's why I'm encouraged to try my best to do similar practice. Like meditating on the above final teachings of body of light compassion. You can find translations. Also anything by the Great Chetsun !! http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Chetsun_Senge_Wangchuk