Compassion and non-duality. Frankfurt, 2016

James Low Tibethaus, Frankfurt, Germany. 10 Oct 2016 Organised by Martin Brüger German translation by Frank Hoffmann Duration 01:34:58 45.6 MB .mp3 Compassion and Non-duality In buddhism compassion has different aspects – as aspiration, as focused activity and as an intrinsic quality of our buddha nature. We will look at each of these aspects and explore the non-duality of wisdom […]

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Take it easy: equanimity in the face of provocation. Emerson College, 2016

1-3 Jul 2016 This annual camping retreat in  the grounds of Emerson College in East Sussex  is organised by Huw Wyn. Recorded by Gaynor O’Flynn and Wendy Chozom Audio edited by w.c. “The dzogchen view and practice is a beautiful and effective method to free ourselves and others from anxiety, alienation and confusion. Focussing on the actuality which is always present, although often […]

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Seeing clearly, acting gracefully. Todtmoos, 2016

James Low Retreat, 3-5 June 2016 Todtmoos, Germany Translator: Robert Jarolawski German and English This can also be watched on video. Seeing clearly, acting gracefully. “Buddhist texts suggest that we function under the power of obscuration, veils within us due to which, although our eyes are dulled and opaque, we believe that we see clearly. Two main types of obscuration are described, those […]

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Peaceful engagement. Freiburg 2016

Public Talk 2 June 2016, Freiburg, Germany Peaceful Engagement. Being ethically active in this turbulent world, without burning out, is an admirable goal. Buddhism offers clarity as to how it can be achieved. James begins by saying that he will explore how we can engage with the world without being overwhelmed. German and English Translator: Robert Jarolawski   Download here

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