The seductive creativity of ignorance: delusion as a way of life. London, 2015
James Low, 23 April 2015
Organised by Shang Shung UK, at SOAS, London University
“You are not who you think you are and, since self-knowledge tends to be conceptual, it is easy to get lost. The self is a topic that is explored in all schools of buddhism. Tonight we will look at it from some aspects of the dzogchen tradition.”
Recorded by Baz Hurrell
Edited and processed by wendy.
Wendy writes, “This recording was made on a mobile phone and trying to make it listenable has been a challenge. The replacement introduction was recorded later in the year… as for the rest, having just luckily found out how to process over-saturated sound, it’s mostly pretty good. I’m glad of this because it’s dharma in a nutshell… it includes the vision of a mandala of communication,connectivity,creative interactions, resonance and harmony…. and an explanation as to how our constructed sense of self is a shape which serves to limit our ability to inhabit that vision. You can’t dance with a lobster.”