James Low Public talk, QiGong Kleinowitz Center, Vienna September 5, 2019 Transcribed by Kate Egetmeyer Extract.. a kind of pre-dawn shimmering, before the sun has come up, even before it’s low on the other side of the hill, when you look at the morning star …space… indistinct … you can’t make out shapes. With the rising of the light more […]» Read more
This evening we will look at the general principles of dzogchen understanding and I’ll do my best to keep it clear, simple and hopefully useful in some way.» Read more
James Low, 20/8/19 Zoom online discussion with people in Brazil Tradução: João Vale e Pedro Gomes Transcrição: Milton Petruczock on website at Conferência online para os estudantes brasileiros. 2019 Video recordings and a Transcript in Portuguese are available Download the audio file here» Read more
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.» Read more
“What does it mean for me to be me? What is our real identity? Is our identity just what we take it to be – the narratives that we say about ourself – or is identity perhaps something different?
From the point of view of dzogchen, there are many ways to see the constructed way in which we create fantasies of identity about who we are. We may occupy them for some time, but then it becomes impossible to occupy them any more because the present becomes the past.
The present is always becoming the past, so what shall we rely on? This is the central question in dzogchen because if we rely on something unreliable we feel betrayed and we do not feel supported.”» Read more
James Low Letting the mind settle: how to find freedom without searching and striving Public talk, Geneva, 7th July 2019. Organised by Manon Widmer.Transcribed by Sanatan. Listen to the audio recording here. Extracts …If instead of applying the concept ‘flower’ we just look and open to it like the Buddha did, simply sitting there. When thoughts and feelings arise we […]» Read more
Letting the mind settle: how to find freedom without searching and striving. Public Talk. Geneva, 5th June 2019 Organised by Manon Widmer Recorded by Cyril Obadia English only. Download the audio files here» Read more