James Low will give a commentary on Lama Chetsangpa’s presentation of the five perfections. 13th March 2021 10-5 14th March 2021 10-1 The text will be made available in English, Portuguese, Spanish and German. Consecutive translations will be available on these same languages. Registration is necessary and made using your name and email address on this link. Those who would [...]
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Keep identity loose: our knowable identities can hide our unknowable true essence. We cannot function in this world without a range of recognisable identities but it is crucial not to be trapped within them. Our open ground offers ceaseless moments of relational identity - we just need to stay loose and easy. Swoboda w tożsamości Nasze poznawalne tożsamości mogą kryć za sobą naszą niepojętą wiedzą, [...]
The Intrinsic: How it is, how we don’t see it, and how this blindness gives rise to our sense of self. Buddhahood is not a construct. All compounded things are impermanent. Intrinsic buddhahood is to be revealed, not made. Since it is not hidden by anything but our own dualising mental activity, the door to freedom is always close at [...]
James Low will give a commentary on Lama Chetsangpa’s presentation of the five perfections. 17th April 2021 10-5 18th April 2021 10-5 ] The text will be made available in English, Portuguese, Spanish and German here. Consecutive translations will be available on these same languages. Registration is mandatory and is made using your name and email address on this link. [...]
James Low Vulnerability as hope: Vulnerability marks every stage of our life. This can feel oppressive and fear-inducing, or we can remind ourselves of the Four Noble Truths: suffering; its causes; that it can end; and the path to its ending. Due to ignorance of our own potential for enlightenment we can remain trapped in our ego's hopes and fears. [...]