Opening to life, public talk. Warsaw, 2018

Opening to life: a public talk. 28 Sept 2018. Buddhism offers a view of life which suggests that the royal road to happiness is to remain relaxed, open and available in all circumstances. The more we are present the more we can let go of our ineffective attempts to avoid or control or manipulate the ever-changing flow of experience. English […]

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Impermanence, transitions and the illusory nature of phenomena. Badowo, 2017

Dates 5-7 May 2017 Teaching: James Low Location: Badowo, Poland Languages: English and Polish Retreat Title: Impermanence, transitions and the illusory nature of phenomena. The teachings focus on ‘the six bardos”, as described in Tibetan Buddhism. These bardos are states of transition and help us to see the absence of permanence and security in our lives. James refers to the […]

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Two public talks. Warsaw, Jan 2017

Finding calm in a time of turbulence: a Buddhist point of view James Low Evening of 27 Jan 2017 at  the Asia and Pacific Museum Audio Recorded by Janek Szlagowski. Organised by Konrad Świtała Translating by Magura (Maciej Góralski ) English and Polish Staying relaxed and open whatever occurs: using dzogchen meditation to release habits of splitting, neurotic fixation and enmeshment […]

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