From where you're standing, you can't see the view.
This is how the Dzogchen pointing out instruction works.
Be prepared. Be deliberate. Do the work.
May your true nature grow and flourish.
In the Mahayana Buddhist traditions there is a common dedication prayer that we say at the end of most practices
Pointing out your true nature.
resting in the myriad display of appearances,
the unceasing luminosity of the ground
appears as the infinite play
Art of Awakening: Samantabhadra
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The opposite of awareness.
Dzogchen takes awareness (Tib: rigpa) as the path and that awareness takes the
form of pure presence. It is a
Dzogchen view and practice.
It is crucial to have a grounded understanding of the four noble truths