Geneva, 19-20 March 2016 James Low The view of dzogchen points to the intrinsic simplicity of awareness free of the turbulence of thoughts and emotions. These teachings are structured around practising meditation and The Three Statements of Garab Dorje. Organised by Manon Widmer Translating by Manon Widmer Recording prepared by Cyril Obadia You can read the transcript here. 7 .mp3 files. Download here» Read more
James Low Amorebieta, Spain. 18-20 Juni, 2010 Transkribiert von Deniz Csernoklavek Herausgegeben von James Low und Barbara Terris Übersetzt von Lea Pabst Pdf von Transkript für Sie zu lesen oder herunterladen Auszüge Wenn man mit dem Boot draußen ist und der Wind ein bisschen weht, kann man sehen, wie sich die Wellen bewegen. Dann kommt eine Möwe daher und landet auf […]» Read more
Public talk. Geneva, 18 March 2016 James Low Book launch of “Oeuvres choisies de C. R. Lama” translated by Manon Widmer “The view of dzogchen points to the intrinsic simplicity of awareness free of the turbulence of thoughts and emotions. We will practise the meditation that allows us to awaken to what is always already here”. You can read the […]» Read more
6-8 May 2016, Badowo, Poland The retreat teachings are based on James Low’s book, Being Right Here which is available in Polish as Byc tu i teraz. Polish and English Translator: Bartłomiej Czajkowski Audio recording: Janek Szlagowski Download here» Read more
28 April – 2 May 2016 Aracena (near Seville), Spain James Low Commentary on the text “The Mirror of clear meaning“, a dzogchen terma text of Nuden Dorje. The text can be read in James Low’s book “Being right here“, translated into Spanish by Marta Pérez-Yarza as “Aquí y Ahora“. Spanish translation by Juan Bautista Audio edited by Eduardo Polonio The […]» Read more
This text comes from Nuden Dorje, the first incarnation of my own teacher, C R Lama. We believe that Nuden Dorje was himself an incarnation of one of the close disciples of Padmasambhava, and that Padmasambhava came directly from the pure heart of Amitabha.
Buddhist texts often include a history of how the text arose, from whom, where and when. To say that a text came directly from Padmasambhava or from the mind of another great teacher, what does this mean? Why should we trust it? Who should we trust? You come here and I am telling you a lot of things. Why should you trust me? If you trust there is a chance you will be cheated, but if you don’t trust it’s difficult to proceed.