Dzogchen in 12 Verses

From: Wisdom nectar : Dudjom Rinpoche’s heart advice by Dudjom Jigdral Yeshe Dorje, translated by Ron Garry. The Tsadra Foundation series. 2005

-A highly condensed teaching on the view of the Great Completeness (or Perfection). This would require quite a lengthy commentary, but for those already familiar with Buddhism’s triplicities it should prove quite a fascinating rendering.

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“In the realm of the essence, primordial purity, complete in the original ground of the nature of phenomena,
The unique vital sphere is realization of wisdom’s immediacy.
I turn the wheel of the tantric feast gathering of impartial view:
Dharmakaya dakinis of empty awareness, enjoy this festival of delight!

In the realm of the nature, spontaneous presence, continual luminosity,
Wisdom’s uncontrived naturally settled state transcends dualistic mind.
I turn the wheel of the tantric feast gathering of meditation, free from reference points:
Sambhogakaya dakinis of empty luminosity, enjoy this festival of delight!

In the realm of spontaneous and infinite wisdom’s all-pervading compassion,
The fearless activity of non-action transcends keeping or releasing, coming or going.
I turn the wheel of the tantric feast gathering of conduct, free from accepting or rejecting:
Nirmanakaya dakinis of empty appearance, enjoy this festival of delight!”

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