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Being Right Here

A Dzogchen Treasure Text of Nuden Dorje entitled The Mirror of Clear Meaning

  • by 
  • James Low

SKU# 9781559399593

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Snow Lion | 02/18/2014
Pages: 152 | Size: 5.50 x 7.75
ISBN: 9781559399593

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    Being Right Here

    A Dzogchen Treasure Text of Nuden Dorje entitled The Mirror of Clear Meaning

    The treasure text of Nuden Dorje renders a very clear and authentic account of the view and essential meditation of dzogchen the practice of nondual experience. The presentation is in the Men ngag style, a personal instruction distilling the…  Read More

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The treasure text of Nuden Dorje renders a very clear and authentic account of the view and essential meditation of dzogchen the practice of nondual experience. The presentation is in the Men ngag style, a personal instruction distilling the author's own realization in a manner both beautiful and deeply meaningful. Short verses show with pithy clarity how the various aspects of dzogchen fit together. The text provides both an authentic portrayal of the practice and a clear instruction in how to apply it.

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"James Low has made an invaluable contribution to Dzogchen studies with his excellent translation and commentary on this precious Tibetan text. Anyone interested in the view and meditation practices of Dzogchen, the Natural Great Perfection teachings, would benefit from keeping this handbook close to their hearts and minds, as I myself do."—Lama Surya Das, author of Awakening the Buddha Within and founder of the Dzogchen Center

"Being Right Here is a must-read for anyone interested in awakening the enlightened nature of the mind."—Tulku Thondup Rinpoche, author of The Practice of Dzogchen and The Healing Power of Mind

"The text is itself a condensed presentation of the entire Buddhist path from meditations on suffering, compassion, and emptiness through tantric visualizations to the effortless freedom and spontaneity of Dzogchen. This short, readable text offers an excellent introduction to the feel, thought, and practice of this ancient Tibetan philosophy of awareness in easily understandable terms and analogies."—Altar Magazine

"Renders a clear and authentic account of the view and essential meditation of dzogchen. . . . An expansion of the traditional concepts embodied in the text and an examination of how they can function in contemporary life."—Watkins Review

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