Our mind is not what we think it is! Public Talk. Tallinn, 2017

Public Talk: Our mind is not what we think it is! James Low 2 Nov 2017 National Library, Tallinn, Estonia The audio was prepared by Johannes Raimond Põllupüü. Although this was translated at the time into Estonian by Kadri Raudsepp the Estonian has been removed from this audio and video recording. Download the audio here A video of this public […]

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Talk to the staff team at a Buddhist home for spiritual care. Oct, 2017

James Low 25 October 2017, Germany James was invited to  talk with the staff team living and working in a Buddhist centre for spiritual care. He spoke about how the application of Buddhist ideas might be helpful in their work. The Buddhist center is a place where people can live at times of crisis or illness. Audio edited by Jon Lever. […]

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All opinions are empty of inherent existence. Emerson College, 2017

James Low Emerson College, East Sussex, UK. July 13-16, 2017 This annual camping retreat in  the grounds of Emerson College in East Sussex  is organised by Huw Wyn. James begins by saying that we live in very troubled times and that over the next few days we will explore useful ways to participate in the world so that we reduce the […]

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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 […]

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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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Why emptiness is liberating. London, 2016

James Low,  teaching in London on 25 February 2016 at the invitation of Shang Shung Institute. “Awakening to the fact of there being nothing frees us from the endless quest for something. Our problem is the seeming ‘thing-ness’ of things, our sense that we exist as some-‘thing’ in a world of many different ‘things’. The reification which imputes a real […]

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