Your Mind is Mahamudra. Zoom Talk hosted by Tibethaus, Nov 2024

FRIDAY 8th. NOVEMBER 2024 Your Mind is Mahamudra! Zoom-Teaching | James Low We are used to thinking about things and trying to work out what is going on. This is how we have been educated. However Mahamudra points to the intrinsic capacity of our mind to instantly and intuitively respond to whatever occurs without entering into dualistic thought production. We will explore […]

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Video. World Education Conference. March 2024

James was asked to mbe one of the speakers at this conference. It may be especially interesting for people working in the field of education since “it highlights the need for play and relaxation to generate the open receptivity and responsivity which is the basis of life-affirming learning”.  

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Registering for Emerson Summer Retreat

If you are planning to come to the dzogchen summer retreat, Emerson College is now accepting bookings.  Please click on this link for Emerson College. They offer rooms and there is also the opportunity to camp, or park your camper, or rent somewhere locally. You can read all about it here.

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Take it easy. Teaching Retreat. Veciana Nov 2024

Simply Being Text Ch. 10 31 05 2023Take It Easy           This retreat will focus on relaxing our reliance on habitual patterns of dualistic involvement so that the self-liberation of all experience becomes clear.  We will go through Patrul Rinpoche’s short text Self-Liberating Understanding which is Chapter 10 in the book Simply Being. There will be Spanish […]

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Welcome to our lineage! Article, Nov 2023

New Translation: Benvenuti! Welcome to our lineage! “Now that evermore people are making use of the website I offer some words of welcome and a brief introduction to how we are.” New translation in Italian by Francesca Fazzio. Uploaded 01 07 2024

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Dependent arising. Teaching retreat. Todtmoos, 17-20 Oct 2024

Dependent arising The myth that the autonomous ego is master of one’s own destiny is a delusion that leads to lack of cooperation, conflict and lonely isolation. The Buddha gave us many opportunities to see the falsity of our popular belief in inherent existence. By examining how we continue to believe in ourselves as a separate entity despite all evidence […]

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