Tradition of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism
The lineages of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhist teachings are classified into three different types : the long transmission (Ring Gyu) of the extensive Kama, the short transmission (Nye Gyu) of the profound Terma, and the extremely short transmission of Pure Visions (Dag Nang) when teachings were directly received by the Masters in pure visions from gurus and/or deities.
According to the Nine Yanas of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism, the highest teaching is known as the Great Perfection ( Dzogpa Chenpo or Atiyoga ), which is the direct method for realizing the nature of the mind and for attaining Buddhahood in this very body. The "Heart Essence" teachings ( Nyingthig ) explain precisely the various methods for directly actualizing the innermost teachings of the Dzogpa Chenpo. Thus the Dzogchen Nyingthig, as a teaching, fundamentally deals with the expression of the doctrine of the Three Perfect Bodies ( Kayas ) of a Fully Awakened Being, and this tradition has been transmitted through the three lineages of spiritual transmission as follows :-
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