Working with life, working with death [19]. Macclesfield, 2018

Macclesfield, 9-11 March 2018 James Low The Macclesfield UK Talks [19] Sound – Gareth + Wendy We are looking at what being alive is from the buddhist point of view and how this illuminates the death process. Précis: Many different ideas exist about what happens at death and these direct our intentionality in this life. The talk examines what buddhism […]

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Finding freedom in the source, Todtmoos 2018

  Finding freedom in the source Retreat 8-10 June 2018 Todtmoos, Germany The familiar horizon established by our sense of self affords us a very limited sense of our own potential. Through awakening to the ground of being, the spacious awareness which pervades every aspect of our life, we can gain depth and light, freedom and easy communication with all […]

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Staying Sane in an Insane World. Freiburg, 2018

Public Talk 7 June 2018 Freiburg, Germany Staying Sane in an Insane World Buddhist teaching emphasises the impermanence of all phenomena. Our experience moment by moment is the ever-changing patterning of the happenstance of emergence. However our sense of self requires us to feel a degree of reliability and predictability in the patterning of our existence. Our ego self fears […]

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The practice of dzogchen, according to a short terma text by Gonpo Wangyal

  Seville, 28th April – 1st May 2018-06-08 A teaching retreat based on Gonpo Wangyal’s brief dzogchen text “Uncovering the presence of the mother of all the buddhas” James Low The practice of dzogchen, according to a short terma text by Gonpo Wangyal. The text is available here in Tibetan and English and has also been translated into various languages. […]

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Depth and light. Warsaw, 2018

  James Low 26th and 27th Jan 2018 Warsaw Topic: Depth and light: exploring the ungraspable clarity of our mind. Friday was a public talk in Warsaw University. Saturday was a day of teaching. Warsaw, 2018 Organised by Konrad Świtała Translating by Joanna (Asia) Raniszewska-Rain Polish and English Download here.

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“Who am I?” Public Talk, London, 2018

Who am I? Buddhist approaches to the mystery of “me” being “me”. James Low Shang Shung Institute, London Public Talk. 18th January 2018 “The diverse buddhist lineages are united in seeing that suffering arises from us ignoring what is, and attaching to what is not. Once we attach to a sense of being a separate self – an individual with our own […]

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