Dzogchen, or “Great Perfection,” is a tradition developed within the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism but practiced and taught by many. The masters of this tradition emphasize that the nature of the mind is Buddha nature, uncontrived and radiant, and offer instruction to introduce and stabilize this natural awareness.
Like the roar of the dragon, the great name of Buddha resounds throughout the universe, in samsara and nirvana. Constantly vibrating in the minds of the six types of sentient beings, how wonderful that this resonance is not silent a moment!
…The original face of the mind, unborn and primally pure – how wonderful its authenticity and natural perfection! Intrinsic knowledge itself, our naturally liberated nature – how marvelous it is that no matter what occurs it is released by letting it be!
-Shabkar Lama, in The Flight of the Garuda by Kenneth Dowman