Day Seminar. Frankfurt Tibethaus, 2018

James Low Relating to everyday complexity with the relaxed ease of our spacious mind. The focus is on integrating whatever arises in the openness of meditation. In this busy world it is easy to feel overwhelmed by complexity…there are just too many demands on our limited time! In fact our life is organised around our limitations…of time, money, health, interest, […]

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Evening Talk. Frankfurt Tibethaus, 2018

James Low The nonduality of stillness and movement in mind, in dzogchen meditation. Stillness and movement are often seen as opposites, thus we feel still when we are not anxious or excited. Due to this there seems to be a need to avoid the turbulence of daily life if we want to be calm. Yet we need to work, maintain […]

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Evening Talk. Frankfurt Tibethaus, 2018

James Low The nonduality of stillness and movement in mind, in dzogchen meditation. Stillness and movement are often seen as opposites, thus we feel still when we are not anxious or excited. Due to this there seems to be a need to avoid the turbulence of daily life if we want to be calm. Yet we need to work, maintain […]

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Compassion as a way of life. Frankfurt, 2017

James Low Seminar Day: Compassion as a way of life. Tibethaus, Frankfurt, Germany. 6 October 2017 Compassion is a means for reducing the suffering of others. In the dzogchen tradition of Tibetan Buddhism compassion is revealed as being the natural expression of awareness therefore the practice for developing awareness is the practice of awakening to one’s own intrinsic awareness. The […]

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The Basis for awakening. Frankfurt, 2017

James Low Public Talk: The Basis for Awakening. Tibethaus, Frankfurt,Germany.  5 October 2017 Awakening, or enlightenment, is often regarded as being almost unattainable. The dzogchen view, however, points to the ever-present basis of enlightenment and offers us the means to access it directly Download here German and English Organised by Martin Brüger

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Public Talk, Frankfurt

Compassion and Non-duality In buddhism compassion has different aspects – as aspiration, as focused activity and as an intrinsic quality of our buddha nature. We will look at each of these aspects and explore the non-duality of wisdom and compassion. N OTE: the venue has been changed from Tibet Haus to Saalbau Gallus

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