Sky gazing (Dzogchen)

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In both the Bön and Buddhist Dzogchen traditions, sky gazing (Wylie: nam mkha' ar gtad, THDL: namkha arté) is considered to be an important part of tregchöd.[1] Detailed instructions on the practice are provided by the Nyingma teacher Tarthang Tulku.[2]

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  • Tarthang Tulku. Time, Space, and Knowledge: A New Vision of Reality. Berkeley, CA: Dharma Publishing, 1977.