meaning "great perfection" in Tibetan, is
an advanced practice associated particularly with Bon,
the native religion of Tibet, and the Nyingma School
of Vajrayana (Tibetan) Buddhism. In both traditions,
Dzogchen is the highest of nine methods for reaching
Dzogchen was a secret teaching but in recent years it
has been taught openly.
is also called Dzogpa Chenpo, Ati Yoga, and Maha Ati.
The primordial Buddha Samantabhadra and consort (Kuntuzangpo
Yab-Yum) surrounded by peaceful and wrathful deities.
Photo courtesy of the Dzogchen