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Translation of a Chinese Bön book about Dzogchen

I coudn't find a translation, but from what I gather from the title: 大圆满 Dzogchen 前行 forward, advance 法海 Fa-Hai 法海 Fa-Hai was a Chan monk in the Tang dynasty, but is also the name of a Sino-Tibetan ...
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Is there an Dzogchen monastery in Canada with a accomplished lineage?

I'm not completely sure if this monastery is a Dzogchen monastery, but you can try the Thrangu Monastery in British Columbia, Canada. This monastery belongs to the Kagyu lineage. You can find a list ...
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Is Scientific Realism/Materialism and/or Historicity compatible with Mahayana?

What follows is not an "answer", but just some ideas or frames of interpretation from discussions with fellow Buddhists with a Western scientific background. So please don't crucify me :-) ...
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What is (so special) different about Dzogchen?

Dzogchen teaches a non-dualistic state of one's own primordial nature, with nothing to reject or accept, that is pure from the beginning in the nature of a light body. -- Khenpo Palden In simple ...
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Substrate consciousness and Rigpa

Rigpa is what in Zen is called "your true self" or "true nature". In practice of a Zen student, Rigpa manifests as clarity. It's like, when you have spent enough time in the wilderness and got your ...
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