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This book answers the question to the most concealed practice in the Bardo Todol, commonly known as The Tibetan Book of the Dead. After eliminating all other possibilities you will discover that Trekcho and Togal are the one answer to this mystery. The encounter with the Vajrasatva Mystery is an Imbedded Clue to Trekcho and Togal which reveal Clear Light Evenness, not only in the after death state, but equally in the living state.

In Nyingma these are restricted secret practices kept from the public eye. Whereas, in the Kagyu school and Bonpo tradition these same methods are open to one and all. You are the decider on these two attitudes. I have set forth the Dharma without making any distinction of esoteric and exoteric doctrine; there is nothing, Ananda, with regard to the teachings that the Tathagata holds to the last with the closed fist.

The text is in no way, nor tries to be a teaching text, a manual, nor a guidebook on Trekcho and Togal or Bardo, for I am in no way at all, a teacher, an expert nor a guide in these practices. Nor do I ever wish to be one. This essay is an answer to a life long question I have had since reading the Bardo Thodol as a young person. So I have had to explain what little that I know about these special secret practices to answer the primary question this text attempts to answer.

Why wade through the torrent of concepts on this when we can go directly to the clear, most reasonable and satisfactory answers that leave no shadow of hesitation? Within this Kati are the Four Lamps.



It is the first time a text from the Bonpo tradition has been published in its entirety, demonstrating the vitality and importance of this tradition which has survived intact from very ancient times. Secondly it is the first time a complete text concerning Dzogchen has been made available to a general Western audience, and gains from the fact that it was actually written in modern times, almost certainly after Written by Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen , a famous Bonpo master who gave teachings to students of other schools of Tibetan Buddhism as well as to many students from the Bonpo community, it belongs within an unbroken lineage that remains active right up to the present day. Reappraisal of the Bonpo and their role in the development of Tibetan culture has been a feature of Western scholarship of the last twenty years, and we hope that this volume will help in this task. Toward this end we have included with the text a short history of the Bonpo from their own perspective, as well as biographies of Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen and Lopon Tenzin Namdak, the Bonpo master primarily responsible for this translation. The text presented here is in the style of personal instruction from Shardza to his students.



The text, written by Sharza Tashi Gyaltsen and translated by Lopon Tenzin Namdak, another supposed master of Dzogchen, is loaded with faulty information and provides little insight into what Dzogchen, the Great Perfection, is really about. Gyaltsen has no understanding of the relation between phenomenal reality and the human mind. You have to realize how things are created… All things are created by your thought and mind — and if you look back to the source of your thought and mind you find that it disappears. Gyaltsen is a muddled thinker and unclear writer. Then all bindings are liberated by themselves. The remainder of the book consists of chapters on Gyaltsen biographical , preliminary spiritual practices, and Phowa and Bardo practices. The only two Dzogchen chapters in the book are on the practices of Trekcho and Togel.


Heart Drops of Dharmakaya: Dzogchen Practice of the Bön Tradition

Karr Sylwia Willcox rated it liked it Nov 03, Essential for the more advanced practitioner. Books Two and Three are the heart drops of trekcho cutting through and togel direct crossingessential to the practice of Dzogchen. The Kunzang Nying-tig by Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen is a powerful and practical instructional text, which cuts to the heart of Dzogchen meditation. This book is a true treasure trove for those seeking a survey that will ground them in basic Bon Dzogchen practices and also instruct in the actual practices. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. For those who want in depth instruction on Trekcho and Togel, this book has information other books do not have and is quite valuable in deepening neartdrops pratice.


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Contents Here for the first time in English is a complete Dzogchen meditation manual from the ancient religious tradition of Tibet known as Bon. The Kunzang Nying-tig by Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen is a powerful and practical instructional text which cuts to the heart of Dzogchen meditation. Dzogchen is regarded by Bonpos as the highest and most esoteric religious practice. Written in the style of personal instruction from Shardza to his students, the manual is supplemented with a commentary by Lopon Tenzin Namdak, who is himself an acknowledged master of Dzogchen. The translation was carried out by Lopon in the course of teaching the text to Western students at his monastery in the Kathmandu Valley.

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