In A-tri Dzogchen, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche shares essential teachings and practices for recognizing and resting with open awareness in the true nature of one’s mind. This book grew out of teachings given to students in the Netherlands over a seven-year period. A-tri, a lineage of the dzogchen teachings fro the Tibetan Bon tradition, points to the nature of mind as spacious and open, luminous and aware, and the source of all positive qualities.
The A-tri teachings in this book draw on a text by thirteenth century master Drugyalwa Yungdrung, condensed into fifteen sessions from an even earlier text. The book includes preliminary practices, and introduction to recognizing the nature of mind, practices to stabilize one’s presence in it, and guidance for the ultimate liberation. With his ability to make the dep teaching of ancient texts relevant and engaging to modern world, Tenzi Wagyal Rinpoche has written a book that can benefit anyone interested in exploring their own nature and recognizing the inner light of awareness that exists in every sentient being.