URGYEN TULKU – DESCRIBING THE NATURE OF PRIMORDIAL MIND

Urgyen Tulku – Describing The Nature of Primordial Mind, Dzogchen

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche (1920–1996) was a master in the Dzogchen tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The Great Perfection.

This is a rare film of Rinpoche explaining how simple recognition is.
All we have to do is remember.

Note. Thank you Marcel for finding this film.

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4 Responses to URGYEN TULKU – DESCRIBING THE NATURE OF PRIMORDIAL MIND

  1. tony says:

    Mingyur Rinpoche One of the sons of Tulku Urgyen

    There is just awareness

  2. Marcel says:

    “.. This is a rare film of Rinpoche explaining how simple recognition is.
    All we have to do is remember…”

    Everything is illusion…, if not so, infinite emptiness is illusion… Put the fire into anything, and into everything at any moment, in order to see and resee essence, the unborn potential everywhere..

    I love the simple and direct approach of Dzogchen to the Buddha’s teachings..A mindblowing simple, and direct access to ultimate truth. I bow to my (buddhist) teachers. Thanks Tony:

    • tony says:

      Traditionally remembrance said to be like dinging a bell. The sound carries for a few moments and then dies away, and then we ding again. We don’t have to keep dinging when the bell is already ringing.

      Dzogchen is simple for the simple minded!!!

  3. Marcel says:

    Echoing the sermon on the mount..: “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven…”

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