Dzogchen
Dzogchen (Wylie: dzogs chen) or "Great Perfection", also called Atiyoga, is a tradition of teachings in Tibetan Buddhism, aimed at attaining and maintaining the natural, primordial state or natural co...
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How You Can Utilize Lucid Dreaming To Reach Your Fullest Potential
by Sarah Williams In our society today dreams tend be overlooked. Dreams deserve more attention than they currently get because they can reveal to us a great deal about ourselves. Simply paying attent...
Lucid dreams and metacognition: Awareness of thinking; awareness of dreaming
To control one's dreams and to live 'out there' what is impossible in real life -- a truly tempting idea. Some persons -- so-called lucid dreamers -- can do this. Researchers have discovered that the ...
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Lucid dreaming is awareness of the fact that you are dreaming. This awareness can range from very faint recognition of the fact to something as momentous as a broadening of awareness beyond what has ...
Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Lucid dreaming techniques for induction, dream control, and dream stabilization. Discover many more tips and tricks for having lucid dreams.
Yudra Nyingpo
Yudra Nyingpo (Tibetan: གཡུ་སྒྲ་སྙིང་པོ, Wylie: g.yu sgra snying po) was one of the chief disciples of Vairotsana and one of the principal lotsawa "translators" of the first translation stage...
How You Can Utilize Lucid Dreaming To Reach Your Fullest Potential
by Sarah Williams In our society today dreams tend be overlooked. Dreams deserve more attention than they currently get because they can reveal to us a great deal about ourselves. Simply paying attent...
Out-of-body experience
An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside one's body and, in some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place ou...
Kum Nye
Kum Nye and sKu-mNyé are a wide variety of Tibetan religious and medical body practices. The two terms are different spellings in the Latin alphabet of the same Tibetan phrase (Wylie: sku mnye), which...
Lama Gonpo Tseten
Gonpo Tseten Rinpoche, (1906–1991), Dzogchen master, author, painter, sculptor, and teacher of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism.
Gönpo Tseten was born in 1906 in Amdo, the eastern province o...
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Vairotsana
This article is about the Tibetan translator. For the primordial Buddha Vairocana, please see VairocanaVairotsana (Wylie: ba gor bē ro tsa na) was a lotsawa or "translator" living during the reign of ...
Rainbow body
In Dzogchen, rainbow body(Tibetan: Jalü or Jalus (Wylie transliteration: 'ja' lus) is a level of realization. This may or may not be accompanied by the 'rainbow body phenomenon'. The rainbow body phen...
Ground of Being (Dzogchen)
In Dzogchen Ground (Tibetan: གཞི, Wylie: gzhi; IAST: āśraya or sthāna) is the primordial state. It is an essential component of the Dzogchen tradition for both the Bonpo and the Nyingmapa. Kn...
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The Mirror of the Mind of Samantabhadra
The Mirror of the Mind of Samantabhadra (Tibetan: ཀུན་ཏུ་བཟང་པོ་ཐུགས་ཀྱི་མེ་ལོང, Wylie: kun tu bzang po thugs kyi me long) is one of the Seventeen tantras of Dzogchen Upadesha.
In the Lun...
Rigdzin Kumaradza
Rigdzin Kumaradza (1266–1343) was a Dzogchen master in the lineage of the Vima Nyingthig.
Kumārarāja, Kumārāja and Kumaraja (Sanskrit) is sometimes also orthographically represented as Kumārarādza...
The Mirror of the Heart of Vajrasattva
The Mirror of the Heart of Vajrasattva (Tibetan: རྡོ་རྗེ་སེམས་དཔའ་སྙིང་གི་མེ་ལོང, Wylie: rdo rje sems dpa' snying gi me long) is numbered amongst the 'Seventeen Tantras of Menngagde' (Tibetan...
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Nam Cho
Nam Cho (Wylie: gnam chos, THL transcription: namchö) translates as the "sky/space dharma", a terma cycle especially popular among the Palyul lineage of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. It was ...
Dream yoga
Dream Yoga or Milam (Standard Tibetan: rmi-lam or nyilam; Sanskrit: स्वप्नदर्शन, svapnadarśana) — the Yoga of the Dream State — is a suite of advanced tantric sadhana of the entwined Mantrayana li...
Lucid dream
A lucid dream is any dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. In relation to this phenomenon, Greek philosopher Aristotle observed: "often when one is asleep, there is something in consciousn...
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Kyunglung
Kyunglung or Khyunglung is a village in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Kyunglung Ngüka (Tibetan: ཁྱུང་ལུང་དངུལ་མཁར།, Wylie: khyung lung dngul mkha) "Silver Palace of Garuda Valley", lo...
John Makransky
John Makransky is an American professor of Buddhism and comparative theology at Boston College and a meditation teacher within the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He practices the meditations o...
Menngagde
In Tibetan Buddhism and Bon, Menngakde (Tibetan: མན་ངག་སྡེ, Wylie: man ngag sde, THL: men-ngak-dé, Sanskrit: upadēśavarga), is the name of one of three scriptural and lineage divisions wi...
Direct Introduction
Direct Introduction (Tibetan: ངོ་སྤྲོད་སྤྲས་པ, Wylie: ngo sprod spras pa) is one of the Seventeen tantras of Dzogchen Upadesha.
False awakening
A false awakening is a vivid and convincing dream about awakening from sleep, while the dreamer in reality continues to sleep. After a false awakening, subjects often dream they are performing daily m...
Self-arising Primordial Awareness
'Self-arising Primordial Awareness' (Tibetan: རིག་པ་རང་ཤར་, Wylie: rig pa rang shar) is one of the Seventeen tantras of Dzogchen Upadesha.
In the Lungi Terdzö (Wylie: lung gi gter mdzod) ...
2nd Dzogchen Rinpoche
Gyurme Thekchok Tenzin (b.?) was the 2nd Dzogchen Rinpoche of Tibet.
Full nomenclature: Gyurme Thekchok Tenzin Thutop Wangpo Chok Thamchele Nampar Gyalwe De.
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Aro gTér
The Aro gTér is a lineage within the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. The terma on which it is based teaches all Buddhist topics from point of view of Dzogchen. Aro gTér was founded in the 1980s by...
Rigpa
In Dzogchen teaching, rigpa (Tibetan: རིག་པ་, Wylie: rig pa; Skt. vidyā; "knowledge") is the knowledge of the fundamental ground or Buddha-nature. The opposite of rigpa is marigpa (avidyā, ig...