Establishing Balance and Harmony: Making Tsa Tsa moulds (includes videos)

One way to restore balance and harmony in the world is by making tsa tsa. Here are instruction videos in English and Polish. Also you can read James Low’s text, Balance and Harmony.  It includes a sutra text highlighting the benefits of making images of the Buddhas as well as a brief Padmasambhava practice you can do whilst preparing the tsa tsa. The videos show moulds of Padmasambhava being used to make tsa tsa, however you can use moulds of other Buddha figures according to your practice and wish. The images that you make from your moulds can be left plain or painted.

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Love your mother. Video of Zoom Teaching. Oct 2020

James Low teaching on 3-4 October 2020 In this life a woman gave birth to you. You call that woman your mother. She has given you a great gift yet you will die. However you have another mother, a mother you have never met yet who is never apart from you. This is your intrinsic mother who has never given […]

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[Video] 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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Dissolving the enemies of love. Zoom, September 2020

We are all familiar with the hopes and fears inseparable from romantic love. However the Buddhist view of love is expressed as “May all beings be happy and have the cause of happiness.” This aspiration is inclusive and infinite. It is offered equally to all beings without reference to the qualities we perceive in them. To achieve this warm equanimity […]

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All Q&A Zooms July 2020- onwards. Videos with translations

Q&A Zoom Sessions starting from July 2020 – 2021 and continued James Low had invited questions from people watching his Zoom sessions. He received around 50 questions which he answers here. We publish and update the recordings of these Q&A sessions with their translations as they come to us. Therefore the content of this page is growing! Thank you to […]

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Kindness, fellow feeling and the common weal [21]. Macclesfield, 2020

  Kindness, fellow feeling and the common weal. 31 Jan 2020 – 2nd Feb 2020 James Low Loving kindness, karuna, is the foundational attitude of Buddhism. Kindness sees all life as kind, as kin, as always-already-connected. With this view the barrier between self and other shrinks and we become inclusive in everything we do. This is deepened and supported by […]

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