[Audio] Dissolving obstacles to living the dzogchen view, Retreat Berlin Nov. 2019

James Low Berlin 21-24 Nov 2019 Teaching and practice retreat Dissolving obstacles to living the dzogchen view How to apply the view to problems that might arise in life and in meditation. Reference is made to Chapters 8 and 9 of the book Simply Being. Chapter 8 is The direct indication of buddhahood beyond classification by Nuden Dorje and Chapter […]

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Non-duality: understanding and awakening to primordial purity and spontaneity. Berlin, 2014

Retreat Berlin 6-7 December 2014 Non-duality: understanding and awakening to primordial purity and spontaneity. How to use the view of non-duality to deal with problems and obstacles in practice and daily life. Audio edited by Olaf Brockmann Translating by Kati Yahoual English and German Download here

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Openness, clarity and appearance. Berlin, 2013

Weekend Retreat:  Openness, Clarity and Appearance: a dzogchen approach to experience Exploring the clarity of the mind through practice with reference to  “Radiant Aspiration”, James’ book about the butter lamp prayer. Berlin 30 Nov 2013 – 1 Dec 2013 English and German Recording prepared by Olaf Brockmann Download here

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Direct indication of buddhahood beyond classification. Berlin, 2012

Berlin 16-18 Nov 2012 Nuden Dorje and the Terma Tradition What is a terma text? What is the nature of the mind? James explores these questions, looking at the text ‘The Direct indication of buddhahood beyond classification’ by Nuden Dorje, included in Simply Being and now published in German. English and German Location: Berlin Date: 16-18 Nov 2012 Translation by Katya […]

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Cutting free without losing anything. Berlin 2011

JAMES LOW Retreat, BERLIN, 6TH-8th MAY 2011 James begins by saying that “This weekend we are going to look at emptiness in relation to awareness, and hopefully gain some sense of the illusory nature of existence, thereby giving us more ease in the world.” The pre-retreat publicity added that he would be looking at “…chöd practice and the dzogchen view of […]

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