Clarity and equanimity. Emerson College, 2019

James Low 13 – 16 June 2019, Emerson College, East Sussex, UK Clarity and equanimity in a time of provocation The movement of our minds often leads to disturbance in the environment around us and likewise the disturbance in our environment provokes thoughts, feelings and many hopes and fears. Given the ever-increasing rate of change it can be useful to […]

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True nature. Public Talk. Oxford, Nov 2019

James Low Evening Public Talk, Oxford 8 November 2019 True nature. James begins by saying that he will be talking about the general principles of a dzogchen understanding of life and its place in buddhism.   Organised by Gio Maschio Audio prepared by Tim Stone English only. Followed by 2 days of teaching Download the audio files here

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Equanimity and the pull of the five poisons. Frankfurt, Oct 2019

James Low Tibethaus, Frankfurt. 18/10/2019 One day of teaching Equanimity and the pull of the five poisons The power of the five poisonous afflictions (mental dullness, desire, aversion, jealousy and pride) is very strong and each affliction can easily pull us away from grounded harmony into the treacherous security of taking up a position. Equanimity is the great quality of […]

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Equanimity and the pull of the five poisons. Frankfurt, Oct 2019

James Low Public Talk Tibethaus, Frankfurt.17/10/2019 Equanimity and the pull of the five poisons The power of the five poisonous afflictions (mental dullness, desire, aversion, jealousy and pride) is very strong and each affliction can easily pull us away from grounded harmony into the treacherous security of taking up a position. Equanimity is the great quality of the Middle Way, […]

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Relaxation and the self-liberation of phenomena. Retreat Gutenstein 2019

James Low Gutenstein 6-8 Sept 2019 Teaching retreat: Relaxation and the self-liberation of phenomena The instability of our ego-self binds us to the ongoing activity of self-maintenance. Driven by hopes and fears we anxiously mobilise our energy to the task of getting more of what we want and less of what we don’t want. From the Buddhist point of view […]

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