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    Dzongchen

    Namaste

    In my own study I find there appears some similarity between Dzongchen and the BhagavadGita.

    I draw attention to the cession of all sense-crazing and the absence of attachment or avoidance. Where one allows the vagaries of this fleeting world to pass without forming any exaggerated attachment or avoidance to such feelings. That it is only from this space one is able to allow love of the Lord to permeate all of one's being so that one can act with compassion without necessarily judging the situation.

    Thoughts?
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    Re: Dzongchen

    I suppose I should be the first to respond.

    Yes, I agree that the Tibetan idea of Dzongchen is very similar to Dharma. As is the Daoists Dao-de-Jing and the various books by 19th century Transcendentalists.

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