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The Sutrayana view is to see certain behaviours as representing a barrier to seeing things as they are.
The Dzogchen view is that things are always just as they are..
So one version of the precepts ( which in many Dzogchen schools do not feature at all ) recognised by some Dzogchenpas goes like this;
To avoid killing the awareness of the sparkling radiance of Rigpa which shines through all things.
To avoid stealing opportunities for awakening.
To remain in the embrace of the khandro or pawo. ( analogous to the anima/animus of Jungian therapy..)
To avoid expressing the lie of duality.
To refrain from the intoxication of duality.
Just puttin' it out there.