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Chögyal Namkhai Norbu dreams of his daughter giving birth. He reminisces about his own birth and his younger brother's birth. After Rinpoche escaped Tibet in 1958, unbeknownst to him his younger brother was arrested and died at the hands of the Chinese.
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Read excerpts from Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche's book to learn the basics of Dzogchen, one of the high paths of Tibetan Buddhism. Namkhai Norbu was one of the first people to present the traditionally esoteric Dzogchen teachings to the West trying to preserve his spiritual and cultural heritage.
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