Public Talk. Bonn, 2018

James Low Public Talk.  No one to blame, no one to gain. Ignorance and enlightenment, how does this happen ? Did we get lost by ourselves? Do we have to make ourselves enlightened? We will make a brief exploration of this strange situation that we find ourselves in. This will be followed by a four day retreat in the Eifel. […]

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The radiance of emptiness. Public talk, Cologne, 2018

James Low The radiance of emptiness: The mystery of nonduality, or, How everything comes out of nothing and yet there is always more than nothing available. 18th Apr 2018 Cologne, Germany English and German “So, tonight we are going to have an impossible task. Why is this an impossible task? Because we are going to look at emptiness, which is […]

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No one to blame, no one to gain. Cologne 2018

Public Talk 18 April 2018, Koeln, Germany No one to gain, no one to blame. Ignorance and enlightenment, how does this happen ? Did we get lost by ourselves? Do we have to make ourselves enlightened? We will make a brief exploration of this strange situation that we find ourselves in. German and English This was followed by the Eifel Spring […]

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Befriending the orphaned self. Cologne, 2017

Compassion, befriending the orphaned self James Low Public Talk, Cologne, 19 April 2017 Transcribed by Lea Pabst and edited by Barbara Terris Due to ignorance all beings become cut off from the ground of their own being and seek to find a place to abide. Compassion, from the buddhist point of view, is the means to offer hospitality to ourselves […]

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Compassion: befriending the orphaned self. Cologne, 2017

  James Low Public Talk, Cologne, 19.04.2017 Due to ignorance all beings become cut off from the ground of their own being and seek to find a place to abide. Compassion, from the buddhist point of view, is the means to offer hospitality to ourselves and others – a hospitality grounded in the actuality of our mind as it is. […]

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Heart Sutra. Cologne, 1994

James Low. 12-13 March 1994 Download PDF “The instigation for the sutra comes from the Buddha who, in his meditation goes to Sariputra, prompting him to ask a question of Chenrezig. Chenrezig in turn is in his meditation as he replies to the questions. In this way the Buddha stimulates Sariputra to ask a question of Chenrezig, so the teaching […]

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