Evening public talk. London, 2018

James Low Who am I? Buddhist approaches to the mystery of me being me. The diverse buddhist lineages are united in seeing that suffering arises from 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 essence and substance, we establish a territory to be […]

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Evening public talk. London, 2018

James Low Who am I? Buddhist approaches to the mystery of me being me. The diverse buddhist lineages are united in seeing that suffering arises from 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 essence and substance, we establish a territory to be […]

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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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