By David Silver of Mindrolling Podcast. I absolutely love Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. His teachings lead me to also love the universe and me in it. His descriptions of. Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche (Tib. སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་ཨོ་རྒྱན་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་, Wyl. sprul sku o rgyan rin po che) (–) was one of the greatest. The teachings presented in As It Is, Volume II are primarily selected from talks given by the Dzogchen master, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, in and , during.

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Yontan Gyatso rated it it was amazing Oct iz, Account Options Sign in. These three kayasintrinsic to our buddha nature, were never urgyfn at any point whatsoever. It may seem tul,u we have different consciousnesses through the different senses, but actually it is one mind that alternately grabs at objects through the various senses. I listed that I have read it twice. That will last for a little while.

The choice simply lies in either not recognising, which is samsara, or recognising, which is nirvana. Ludmirska rated it it was amazing Sep 04, This review has been hidden because thlku contains spoilers. At that point there is no other technique you have to use. I just had this intuition If you catch hold of that monkey and tie it up, there is no jumping around any more. Mystery Of rated it liked it Dec 29, Only the fully enlightened Buddha is totally awakened.


Nam is the objects of the senses; the shey is the forming of concepts about these objects.

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Greg rated it it was amazing Sep 16, The bardo is also just more thinking. Right now, the difference between samsara and nirvana lies in recognising or not recognising mind essence; that should be ss.

Our present body is just a temporary dwelling place, like a hotel. Tulku Urgyen was the author of the two-volume As It Iswhich deals with the subject of emptiness.

Aversion creates the realms of form. But at the moment we wake up, where are all these entities?

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This is being caught up in the expression and not knowing the essence itself. Again, the moment you do so, you see that there is no thing to see; and the moment of seeing that there is nothing to see, it is free of thought.

How to not be distracted in this practice? It is the dream-like thinking that goes on experiencing the hell realms, it is only more thinking. Instead of bringing the mind to a halt, recognise mind nature with its basic quality of unimpededness.


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If you simply recognise your essence, you are immediately face to face with the three kayas. History Timeline Outline Culture Index of articles.

If you come into an empty room, there is nothing in the room.

Janet rated it it was amazing Apr 28, User Review – Flag as inappropriate one of the most important teachers i have ever read.

This book offers the direct oral instructions of a master who inspired admiration, delight in practice, and deep trust and confidence in the Buddhist way.

Bart rated it liked it Jul 06, Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. I was looking for a book on Dzogchen that was authored by an older teacher who had never been to the west.