DZOGCHEN TEACHINGS CHOGYAL NAMKHAI NORBU PDF

As a child he was recognized as the reincarnation of the great Dzogchen Master Adzom Drugpa and later by the sixteenth Karmapa as a reincarnation of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal , the first Dharmaraja of Bhutan. While he was still a teenager he completed the rigorous programme of traditional studies, receiving teachings from some of the greatest Masters of the time. In he met Changchub Dorje , his main Dzogchen master whose lifestyle and way of teaching have deeply inspired him throughout his life. In , following the deterioration of the social and political situation in Tibet, he moved to Italy on the invitation of the well-known Orientalist, Prof.

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It does not belong to a school or religious system. Rather, it is the knowledge that Tibetan masters have transmitted without being limited by sectarianism. The Dzogchen tradition has been passed from master to student in an unbroken lineage over the centuries, right up to the present day.

Due to its direct and unelaborate approach, it transcends cultural boundaries making it accessible to all nationalities regardless of their spiritual background. Direct Transmission The transmission of knowledge from master to disciple can be oral, symbolic or direct.

The uniqueness of the Dzogchen teaching is the direct transmission or "direct introduction" in which the master and the student find themselves in the primordial state at the same moment through one of the experiences related to body, voice or mind.

Due to the power of the transmission, the students are able to discover their own real condition in this way. This is the state of the Guru. Guruyoga is, therefore, the main element in Dzogchen practice. The three series are three ways of presenting the teaching, each with its corresponding methods of practice; the aim of all three, however, is to lead to final realization.

In Semde, the "mind series," the practitioner is introduced to the nature of mind in order to have a concrete experience of it. Longde means the "series of space. Mennagde, the essential series of "secret instructions" or Upadesha, comprises special teachings and methods based on the experiences of masters, with the aim of helping the practitioner progress up to complete realization.

Eight volumes of these teachings, comprising the essence of the three series of Dzogchen in their fundamental aspects related to the view, meditation, and behavior, have been published so far.

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It does not belong to a school or religious system. Rather, it is the knowledge that Tibetan masters have transmitted without being limited by sectarianism. The Dzogchen tradition has been passed from master to student in an unbroken lineage over the centuries, right up to the present day. Due to its direct and unelaborate approach, it transcends cultural boundaries making it accessible to all nationalities regardless of their spiritual background.

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