great perfection, great completeness
From Nyingmapa Tibetan Buddhism, Dzogchen holds that you are always, already, ever-presently in direct contact with, and manifesting Spirit.
Tibetan school of Buddhism, similar to Zen in many ways.
Literally the Great Perfection. The primordial state of natural, non-dual contemplation.
Quintessential non-dualistic buddhist teaching from Tibet.
A Buddhist tradition, practice, or series of teachings.
The Great Completion is the innermost Tantra, which transcends ritual and symbol.
(Tibetan "Great Perfection") Profound vajrayana teaching of the Nyingma lineage. Also sometimes referred to as ati or maha ati.
Tibetan; literally, "great perfection"; the supreme teachings of the Nyingmapa school of Tibetan Buddhism; its adherents believe these teachings are the highest and therefore that no other means are necessary; also known as ati-yoga.
(Tib.): Profound practice of the NYINGMA tradition.
rdzogs chen (Tib). The Great Perfection. A technical term of Nyingma lineage describing a state of stabilised intrinsic awareness.