Working with life, working with death [19]

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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Death and Dying, Eifel 2013

Life and death – all the modalities of existence are embedded within the great open space of our awareness which is ungraspable and ever-present. If you try to grasp it you’ll never find anything. If you open to it and relax into it, it’s always there. This is the liberation from the duality of life and death.

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Dying and the deathless. Bristol, 2006

Talk delivered  by James Low at a Conference on Death and Dying organized by Bristol Chan Group and Western Chan Fellowship, February 2006 Transcribed and edited by Wendy Chozom Download as PDF Excerpts Where we go wrong in this experience of dying is to imagine that things are happening to us rather than accepting everything, both subject and object, as my […]

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