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By Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, Erik Pema Kunsang, Marcia Binder Schmidt

The lessons awarded in because it Is, quantity I are essentially chosen from talks given via the Dzogchen grasp, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, in 1994 and 1995, over the past years of his existence. The unambiguous Buddhist conception of fact is transmitted in profound, uncomplicated language by means of one of many most desirable masters within the Tibetan culture. Dzogchen is to take the ultimate end result, the country of enlightenment itself, as direction. this is often the fashion of easily picking out the ripened fruit or the absolutely bloomed plant life. Tulku Urgyen's means of speaking this knowledge used to be to rouse the person to their power and display the the right way to recognize and stabilize that potential. His precise educating kind was once widely recognized for its specific directness in introducing scholars to the character of brain in a fashion that allowed instant event. This e-book bargains the direct oral directions of a grasp who encouraged admiration, savour perform, and deep belief and self belief within the Buddhist means.

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V v ted ... It •• of fonn and fonnlessness mere are hardly any disturbing emotions. Without disturbing emotions, the remedy, the recognition of mind es­ sence, has no real force. I'm only telling you this to give you me background story. The point I'm trying to make here is mat everything is included within me seem­ ing and me real. As for me real, remember mat mind is primordially empty. It is original wakefulness mat is empty in essence, cognizant by nature, and all-pervasive in its capacity.

Cultivate an attitude of love and compassion. Be gentle and kind, and make supplications to the Any of these modes of living will please your guru . guru and, if you do not , reach enlightenment in this very life, then you will either at the mo­ ment of death or in the bardo. At least you are assured the attainment ofbuddhahood in one of your furure lives. One way or another, you are not far away from the omniscient state of a buddha. In essence an enlightened master remains unchanged. The process of aging, falling sick and passing away exists mainly in our experience.

Mind is that which experiences, that witllln wruch experience unfolds. What else is there to experience? Mind means individual experience. All experience is individual, personal. For instance, the fact that one yogi's delusion dissolves doesn't mean everyone else's delusion vanishes as well. When someone gets enlight­ ened, that person is enlightened, not everyone else. When a yogi tran­ scends fixation, only the deluded individual experience of that one person dissolves. Please trunk about tills.

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