Monthly Archives: June 2013

Round Trip to Dunhuang

Approximately one hundred years before Guru Padmasambhava began his sojourn in Tibet, a small and insignificant kingdom at the southeastern end of the Korean peninsula accomplished an extraordinary victory.  The result was the momentous unification of the entire Korean peninsula … Continue reading

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A Case of Admissible Hearsay

Dzogchen teachings are inconceivably ancient.  Of course, the teachings themselves were not always called Dzogchen teachings.  Dzogchen is a Tibetan term of relatively recent times, perhaps originally coined by Padmasambhava.  It may at first seem convenient and maybe even necessary … Continue reading

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