Therefore, the practice of Tantra require higher skills. 3. Dzogchen is called by the self-liberation. He is considered the highest level of teaching, as in Buddhism, and in the native Bon religion of Tibet. This way of working solely on the basis of the nature Mind and purpose of the practice – is to enter a person in its original state.
In this way there is no need to retract anything in the Sutra or something to transform (convert) in Tantra. Dzogchen – a state of nondual perception. By practicing this exercise level, reach the realization of a single life. For a proper understanding and practice of Dzogchen teachings need a teacher (guru) and also more advanced skills. In this article we stop at the level of teaching of the Tantras, because the principles underlying the tantric practices are reflected in many modern intensive integrative psycho (IPPT). The term Tantra has become common over time be used for text containing Tantric teachings. There are several interpretations of the word Tantra, but the most faithful to its meaning is – "continuity" in the sense that although all the manifestations of mental (Energy) of the nature of human consciousness in accordance with the views of the Sutra are empty, yet they continually appear. And if we turn our gaze inward, we will notice that almost every moment of its existence, we constantly feel something, feel or think. This inner work is a reflection of the three dimensions of our being (body, speech and mind) and is manifested not only in the waking state, but in a dream.