Dzogchen meditation, pronounced Zog-chen, is known as the natural path in Tibetan Buddhism. This type of meditation is practiced by the Dalai Lama.
Dzogchen meditation doesn”t use any special breath, mantra, or levels of concentration. It”s considered to be the most natural type of meditation.
Often you practice with your eyes open. This meditation works with the fact that all you need, all you are looking for is already inside of you.
The three basics of Dzogchen meditation are “just sitting” “just breathing” “just being”.