Alexander S. Yastrebov
Postgraduate student of Lomonosov Moscow State University
E-mail: alexander.s.yastrebov [at] gmail.com
Abstract: Dzogchen is one of the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism that has developed an original understanding of human and practices of consciousness. Human is understood here on the basis of his volatile inner world, and the changes occurring are considered to be due to their own previous states. The liberation of human means freedom from having to follow them and could be achieved through the liberation of these states of consciousness by opening of the immanent spontaneity.
Keywords: anthropology, dzogchen, Tibetan Buddhism, consciousness, spontaneity, mind, human.
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