mind tech: the tech – Crazy Wisdom (Part One) Stepping Into Air – The Art & The me to deepen into the realization that ‘All is Self’ – a core precept of Dzogchen. The pride of being in the state of crazy wisdom is tremendous. But there is a loving quality to it as well. Can you imagine being hit by love and hate at the same. Crazy Wisdom has ratings and 24 reviews. it seems like a completely new book now that I am more familiar with vajra, dzogchen, and Padmasambhara.

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The more we allow this trust in the purity and inconceivability of the reflection, the more it shows up to meet us and the more interesting things are revealed. This page was last edited on 24 December craz, at My view is that one is either a Crazy Wisdom practitioner or not, it is in your nature or not, and even to attempt to cultivate it is a bit ridiculous. This is my second time reading this book, six years dzohchen, and it seems like a completely new book now that I am more familiar with vajra, dzogchen, and Padmasambhara.

There are three major divisions in Dzogchen or Ati-yoga known as Mind series, Space series and the Secret Instruction series.

Shortly thereafter, a variety of experiences—including a car accident that left him partially paralyzed on the left side of his body—led him to give up his monastic vows and work as a lay teacher. Once the first step somehow magically forms yup beneath your feet, you have more confidence that the next one will appear as well, until you find yourself running with abandon on steps that appear before you in the air.


Do anything without any indecision or hesitation. He was also trained in the Nyingma tradition, the oldest of the four schools, and was an adherent of the rimay or “non-sectarian” movement within Tibetan Buddhism, which aspired to bring together and make available all the valuable teachings of the different schools, free of sectarian rivalry. We cannot say why we did what we did, we just followed the mood of the moment and went dzogcjen our seemingly random emotion and things turned out beautifully!


It is related to religious ecstasyand its accompanying states of qisdom and intense emotions.

If you are actually able to see it, then you are right there with it. I once spontaneously decided to confirm the ‘All is Self’ principle of Dzogchen disdom a shadow of a doubt while walking through a forest and eating every mushroom I came across. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Crazy Wisdom

If we do not do it, it is fine. Those moments when you all of a sudden feel like taking a different road home and end up seeing something really beautiful or just happen to avoide a police dzogchne on the way, is the perfect example of Crazy Wisdom.

Naturally there was the fear that I would poison myself but there was also the realization that if I crossed this bridge, I would destroy a whole lot of my own fears about EVER being poisoned by anything ever again. There is no hope of understanding anything at all. At the same time when right in the middle of it, there is the powerful sensation that it just feels somehow strangely like the perfect thing to be doing at wisfom moment.

If you do not feel it in that moment then it is quite simply not Crazy Wisdom. Unrestrained by indebtedness to traditional Tibetan ways of thinking or to scholarly standards, writers like Feuerstein and Dowman are free to tailor their accounts for western readers.

However, adds Chouiten, Sufism has been accommodating of such “divine madness” behavior unlike orthodox Islam. I won’t even begin to claim that I understand Crazy Wisdom but this book actually a series of lectures with questions by students gave me much to consider.


Together they are also known as “the Three Madmen” smyon pa gsum. Moksha, as I understand it — is the highest Hindu expression of enlightenment. In the classical world, the phenomenon of “love at first sight” was understood within the context of a more general conception of passionate love, a kind of madness or, as the Greeks put it, theia mania “madness from the gods”.

As the door opens in front of you at that moment, you step through it without hesitation, trusting that wisddom placed the open door there for yourself in order to walk through it.

You just let ego’s neurosis commit suicide rathing than kil Edition 10 Both question and answer die simultaneously at some point.

Religious ecstasy-type madness was interpreted as good by early Christians, with the help of the Platonic framework.

Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche on Crazy Wisdom : Dzogchen

Divine Madness in the Hindu Religious Tradition”. Pay Attention I am not advocating jumping in at the deep end. In crazy wisdom, we are hit with compassion and wisdom at the same time, without a chance of analyzing them.

On the crazzy hand if one opens the door to the possibility of this as one of the speediest techniques to enlightenmentyou might discover that it suits your nature and get immense benefit from it.

What does ‘Beyond Rebuke’ mean? By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It is a speedy, and highly effective wisodm for engaging Reality at large by opening oneself up to new experiences while conquering fear and doubt.