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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Divine madness

A Bona-Fide Path My view is that one is either a Crazy Wisdom practitioner or not, it is iwsdom your nature or not, and even to attempt to cultivate it is a bit ridiculous. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Hindu Scriptures on Asceticism and Renunciation.

Inhe moved to England to study comparative religion, philosophy, and fine arts at Oxford Cgazy. From the Ashes of the Atomic Fires Adamas.

Crazy Wisdom

While texts describe “stages of religious development and gradual growth of insight and emotion,” real-life experiences may be “a chaos of states that must be forced into a religious mold,” in which they often don’t fit. The concept of taking the unjust blame continues to blow my mind and leach into my brain follow me wherever I go.

During this time, he also studied Japanese flower arranging and received an instructors degree from the Sogetsu school of ikebana. Since it WAS me it did not hurt me, which allowed me to deepen into the realization that ‘All is Self’ – a core precept of Dzogchen.

In West African version of Sufism, wisdo to Lynda chouitenexamples of insane saints are a part of Maraboutisme where dzogchrn mad and idiotic behavior of a marabout was compared to a mental illness and considered a form of divine folly, of holiness.

Amazing book, very insightful! 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.

After having eaten about wusdom different mushrooms as I walked, I did not even get mildly sick. Zaehner, “who came to regard Asian-religion-derived nondualism as more or less inexorably to antonimianism, immorality, and social dissolution. 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.


In such families that accumulated vast wealth were found dire plagues and afflictions of the soul, for which mania devised a remedy, inasmuch as the same was a gift from God, if only to be rightly frenzied and possessed, using proper atonement rituals. 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.

There is no room for making a home out of this. What does ‘Beyond Rebuke’ mean? Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship with God. Plato further described Divine Madness as a gift of god, with Socrates stating in Phaedrus”in fact the best things we have comes from madness”, [12] and expounds upon the concept in Plato’s Ion.

Moksha, as I understand it — is the highest Hindu expression of enlightenment. Webarchive template wayback links Articles containing Ancient Greek-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Articles containing Tibetan-language text Articles to be expanded from May All articles to be expanded Articles using small message boxes CS1 maint: 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 that moment.

Sep 27, Alex rated it it was amazing Shelves: We go on deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper, until we reach the point where there is no answer.

To summarize Crazy Wisdom one could say, jump in with full trust and openess and figure out the path as it reveals itself to wisvom. What is the Wish Fulfilling Gem? Is there a chance I will understand if you explain it to me? And even desolation is not regarded as home, because you are so desolately, absolutely hopeless that even loneliness is not a refuge any more.

Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche on Crazy Wisdom : Dzogchen

That Autumn, after years of heavy alcohol use, he had a cardiac arrest, and he died of heart failure the following Spring. Dzogchen is closely associated with the Nyingma school and Guru Padmasambhava. Why is there this moment of relief? Essays in the History of Psychiatry.


A Study of Schizophrenia and Culture in Turkey. Trungpa Rinpoche was one of the greatest XX century buddhist masters. Trust The Perfection For example, a friend phones you out of the blue to invite you to a party. On the contrary, painful emotions can be appreciated as a challenging opportunity for new discovery.

You just let ego’s neurosis commit suicide rathing than kil Edition 10 Both question and answer die simultaneously at some point. This just allows us to be more secure in the fact that we are not the first people stepping out onto air and finding a step beneath us yet our step will always be truly ours and truly unique. This is the gaze recommended in the Dzogchen practice. The Anatomy of Madness: To ask other readers questions about Crazy Wisdomplease sign up.

Versluis notes that traditional Tibetan Buddhism is not immediatist, since Mahamudra and Dzogchen “are part of a fairly stricted controlled ritual and meditative practice and tradition. This did an immense amount to stabilize my practice and give me confidence in the fact that ‘All’ was indeed ‘Self’not just as a pretty concept but a profound reality.

He would enter the local church and throw nuts on the congregation during the liturgy, which he later explained to his friend was him denouncing the hypocrisy in worldly acts and prayers. DiValerio notes that comparable “mad saint” traditions exist in Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic and Christian cultures, but warns against “flights of fancy” that too easily draw comparisons between these various phenomena.

But what he lacks in scholarly rigor, he makes up for in popular appeal and book sales.

It is related to religious ecstasyand its accompanying states of trance and intense emotions. This is my second time reading this book, six years apart, and it seems like a completely new book now that I am more familiar with vajra, dzogchen, and Padmasambhara.

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