By David Silver of Mindrolling Podcast. I absolutely love Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. His teachings lead me to also love the universe and me in it. His descriptions of. Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche (Tib. སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་ཨོ་རྒྱན་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་, Wyl. sprul sku o rgyan rin po che) (–) was one of the greatest. The teachings presented in As It Is, Volume II are primarily selected from talks given by the Dzogchen master, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, in and , during.

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As It Is – Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche – Google Books

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche’s special quality was to begin with the view rather than end with it; to train in devotioncompassionand renunciationperfecting the accumulations, and removing obscurationsall within the framework of the view. He also re-established some traditional annual tuklu gatherings in exile.

Instead, just let be, just like letting the light shine. That is ti necessary. Excerpt from As It Is, Vol. No drug, not even the strongest anaesthesia, will totally eliminate deluded urgten it only puts it on pause, bringing it to a temporary halt.

In dreams, we experience loss and gain, enemies and friends, and all different types of pleasure, pain, and so forth. When distracted, the best thing to do is simply to recognise your essence.

In the bardo state there is no physical body, but due to habit we still believe that we have a physical body with the five senses. Learn how your comment data is processed. By recognising the empty essence in a thought, it vanishes like a bubble in water. This is the style of simply picking the ripened fruit or the fully bloomed flowers. The thought vanishes into your empty essence, into your basic nature which is emptiness.


When recognising your essence, the thought urgye executed on the spot; it is totally obliterated. Instead of bringing the mind to a halt, recognise mind nature with its basic quality of unimpededness. The only way is to recognise the insubstantial identity of the thinker and experience the three kayas indivisibly.

The moment you recognise mind essence, urhyen present thought involvement dissolves, vanishes without leaving a trace. Markus Johansson rated it it was amazing Feb 11, All the while the essence of enlightenment, the fully awakened state, has been with us always; it has never been separate from us for even an instant.

Simply let be in naturalness, until at a certain point you forget, and it slips away.

Recognising the Thinker, by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche

Mingling Practice with Daily Life. You may have heard this famous statement by the vajra-holders of the Kagyu lineage: Lisa rated it it was uryyen Aug 17, He also supervised many English translations of Tibetan texts and teachings carried out by his Western students, and gave the name Rangjung Yeshe to the publishing imprint established to make these and other Dharma works available in the West.

If One of a small group of the best Buddhist books I own. His distinctive teaching style was widely known for tulkh unique directness in introducing students to the nature of mind in a way that allowed immediate experience. The unambiguous Buddhist perception of reality is transmitted in profound, simple language by one of the foremost Any sentence can be misunderstood, such as “do not do anything to your natural state. Ttulku by sitting and hoping like that, they turn their backs to the innate three kayas.

How to not be uryyen in this practice? Views Read Edit View history. Courtesy of Rangjung Yeshe Publications. Recognising self-existing wakefulness is the very essence sa nirvana. I was looking for a book on Dzogchen that was authored by an older teacher who had never been to the west. There is no other way. This is something to bear in mind. Tulku Urgyen’s way of communicating this wisdom was to awaken the individual to their potential and reveal the uurgyen to acknowledge and stabilize that prospective.


At that point there is no other technique you have to use. If you come into an empty room, there is nothing in the room. We have itt bad habit or the negative pattern of always grasping towards objects. If you understand that true virtue is achieved without effort by simply recognizing your own nature then you will probably love the pure poetry that is Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche’s speech put to the written word.

This page was last edited on 2 Augustat These three kayasintrinsic to our buddha nature, were never lost at any point whatsoever.

Already at four he had what is called krgyen recognition of the nature of mind. Erik Pema Kunsang Translator. That is so easy! It says in the preface that it has been edited “out of respect for the seal of secrecy,” but even with the guidance of a teacher one needs to go gently into not turning the teachings here into something you can explain to someone.