Dissolving attachment [18], Macclesfield, 2017

James Low

Dissolving attachment in the openness of being.

Dzogchen practice focuses on avoiding hanging on to what we like and pushing away what we don’t like. This is supported by the mindfulness that helps us avoid falling asleep in the process of living. Being undistracted is simply talking with full attention when you are talking, walking with full attention when you are walking – not half here and wanting to be somewhere else

Macclesfield, 04-05 FebĀ 2017

The Macclesfield UK Talks [18]

Recorded by Gareth Williams and audio-edited by Wendy

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