Repelling all troubles: Commentary on dokpa practice text. Zoom, March 2022

Repelling all Troubles: a Commentary on the dokpa practice text. (The practice text is also called ‘Repelling all Troubles’.) Zoom, 3 March 2022. Transcribed by Paula Arinibar. Revised and enlarged by James Low 31 May 2022. Read and Download the Commentary in English in German Extract These are very troubled times. Events occur that show how very quickly a storm […]

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Repelling all troubles. The Dokpa practice text

To read the practice text open the PDF. in English in German translated by Robert Jaroslawski in Polish translated by Janek Szlagowski in Portuguese translated by João Vale Neto in Turkish translated by Ezgi Atanassova and Mustafa Mert Çelebi … we can recite the following short text to enliven our Dharma understanding and use the power of non-duality set out in […]

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The Illusory nature of experience [13]. Macclesfield, 2012

Transcribed by Sue Scott and Barbara Littler Edited by Wendy Chozom Click to read or download the PDF This teaching retreat can also be listened to on Audio. “…The body is a dynamic site of participation in the environment which is, itself, a dynamic unfolding.” “Time is not a possession that we own but we ourselves are always in the very […]

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Why emptiness is liberating. London, 2016

James Low,  teaching in London on 25 February 2016 at the invitation of Shang Shung Institute. “Awakening to the fact of there being nothing frees us from the endless quest for something. Our problem is the seeming ‘thing-ness’ of things, our sense that we exist as some-‘thing’ in a world of many different ‘things’. The reification which imputes a real […]

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The Heart Sutra. Emerson College, 2014

James Low Emerson College, East Sussex, UK. July 4-6th 2014 This annual camping retreat in  the grounds of Emerson College in East Sussex  is organised by Huw Wyn. James begins by saying that, “Tomorrow we will start looking at the Heart Sutra, one of the Buddha’s first teachings on emptiness or the natural openness of all phenomena, and then we will […]

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