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Pith instruction Dzogchen online 21 Nails

2017-10-08 15:06 #0 av: Fredrik1

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche​ will offer the next free Facebook Live teaching in his Pith Instructions series this Sunday, October 8, at 12 noon NY time (rescheduled from Wednesday, October 4).

Rinpoche's teaching will be on these lines of text from The Twenty-One Nails, a Dzogchen Text from the Oral Transmission of Zhang Zhung:

Self-originated primordial wisdom is the base.
The five poisonous disturbing emotions are the dynamic energy.
Chasing after them is the way you are deluded.
Viewing them as deficient is the error.
Leaving them as they are is the method.
Freeing them into vastness is the path.
Non-duality is the realization.
Manifesting is the result.

View live at: https://www.facebook.com/tenzinwangyalrinpoche/
Learn more about this TWR LIVE series at: http://www.ligminchalearning.com/twr-live

 "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible"   H.H Dalai Lama

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2017-10-08 15:09 #1 av: Fredrik1

Texten som undervisas kommer från:
https://www.amazon.com/Precepts-Dharmakaya-Translation-Twenty-One-Zhang-Zhung-ebook/dp/B071ZLWPTL

 "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible"   H.H Dalai Lama

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2017-10-08 15:22 #2 av: Fredrik1

Precepts of the Dharmakaya; Translation of the Twenty-One Little Nails

A translation of the root text and its commentary from the Zhang Zhung Nyan Gyud, advanced instructions on the practice of Bonpo Dzogchen according to the Zhang Zhung tradition of Tibet.

The teachings of Bon are organized into nine ways, or nine vehicles to enlightenment, the ninth and highest of which is known as Dzogchen. Among the four principal traditions of Bonpo Dzogchen, the oral tradition from the country of Zhang Zhung is of unique importance because it never became a terma, or hidden treasure text rediscovered long after its original composition. The precepts of Dzogchen were said to have originated with the primordial Buddha, Kuntu Zangpo, passing down at first through the direct mind to mind transmission and then later through the oral transmission of the 24 masters, all of whom attained the rainbow body of light. In Zhang Zhung in the 7th century, these precepts were communicated by the last in this line of masters to his Tapihritsa, who subsequently attained Buddha enlightenment through the practice of vision, or Thodgal. In the next century, he appeared on a number of occasions at the Darok Lake in Zhang Zhung to the tantric master Gyerpung Nangzher Lodpo, who set down the precepts in writing for the first time in the Zhang Zhung language. In the next century they were translated into Tibetan and thus these precepts have come down to our own day in an unbroken line of transmission. The teachings of the Zhang Zhung Nyan Gyud, the "Oral Tradition from Zhang Zhung", are classified into 4 cycles of texts, which are designated outer, inner, secret, and exceedingly secret. Accordingly, these precepts are said to represent the actual words of the enlightened master Tapihritsa. The outer cycle focuses on the general view of Dzogchen, the inner cycle on the practice of contemplation, or Trekchod, the secret cycle on the practice of vision, or Thodgal, and the very secret on the removing of doubts with regard to the natural state of the nature of mind being the source of all visions, both in meditation practice and in normal life.

In this last class, there is found the text known as "The Twenty-One Little Nails", these representing 21 essential points of Dzogchen practice. Included here in this volume is the translation of teh root text, and also that of the commentary attributed to Gyerpung. This represents one of the most important texts coming from early times for the understanding of Dzogchen upadesha practice."

http://www.vajranatha.com/excerpts/38-excerpts/106-precepts-of-the-dharmakaya.html

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2017-10-08 15:49 #3 av: Fredrik1

"They are actually 21 small chapters, covering the entire Path of Dzogchen. There is a commentary of the text which essentially gives a Trekchö perspective. There is however a series of oral instructions which gives a Thögel perspective to the text (this was written down (with authorization) by JLA in French). These teachings belong to the 4th — innermost secret (yang gsang) — section of the Zhangzhung Nyengyü. You’ll get an english translation of it next year by JLA. The 21 nails or seals are :

1. The Universal Base (kun gzhi)
a. Methods to dissociate mind and Mind
b. Precepts to dissociate mind and Mind
c. The Full Measure of distinguishing between mind and Mind
d. Identification of mind and Mind
e. Ascertaining mind and Mind

2. Severing the root of delusion

3. The Space of Reality

4. The Wisdom of Mind

5. The Absolute Body

6. The Perfection Body

7. The Emanation Body

8. Illustrative examples

9. Self-Awareness arising from within

10. The Path without error

11. The Lamps clearling away darkness

12. Direct introductions to the key points

13. Direct introduction to the Mandala

14. Direct introduction to the Single Thigle

15. Gaining certainty regarding the Mother (Base) and the Son (Rigpa)

16. Transcendant Equality

17. Ultimate Exhaustion

18. Generating bodhicitta at the time of death

19. The Time of the Bardo

20. Clearing away the extremes of erroneous conceptions

21. The Manifest Fruit."

http://vajracakra.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=668

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