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Four Chogzhags

The “Four Chogzhags” or “Four ways of leaving things as they are” in practice: 1. View, like a mountain: leave it as-it-is. 2. Meditation, like an ocean: leave it as-it-is. 3. Action, appearances: leave them as they are. 4. Fruition, rigpa, unaltered: leave it as-it-is.

Four Visions

The Four Visions (snang ba bzhi) of the Leaping Over (thod rgal) 1. The Vision of the Immediate Perception of Reality Itself (chos nyid mngon sum gyi snang ba) – Vajra Chains Awareness Vision 2. The Vision of Increasing Experiences (nyams gong ‘phel gyi snang ba) – Rainbow Lights, Buddha-Bodies Vision 3. The Vision of Čítať viac…

Four Ways of Cutting Through Thoughts

From the Instruction Manual for the Ground of Tregcho To rest in the state of empty and luminous awareness is known as the ground of cutting through. There are neither thoughts nor perceptions. Now, do thoughts occur during this state of stillness? Is there stillness while the thoughts occur? There are thoughts during the state Čítať viac…