Four foundations of mindfulness (Transcript) • Macclesfield [11], 2010

James LowMacclesfield, UK. 16-17 January 2010Transcribed by Sarah Allen We will be looking at how the Four Foundations of Mindfulness can be applied with conscious application and effort, and also from the dzogchen point of view, which indicates that too much effort can be problematic. You can listen to the audio here.  

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Working with change and impermanence [12]. Macclesfield, 2010

Macclesfield, 27th Nov 2010 James Low “The belief that I have a fixed internal ‘essence of me’ generates my behaviour and believing that there are self-existent things in the world keeps me trapped in reactivity. As we meditate, and thoughts feeling and sensations arise and pass, we experience that change is the basis of our existence. If we can see […]

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Four foundations of mindfulness (Audio) • Macclesfield [11], 2010

Macclesfield, 16th Jan 2010 James Low “Mindfulness is explored from different perspectives including psychotherapy, theravada and dzogchen. With mindfulness we can become intentionally attentive and careful so we are no longer at the mercy of whatever is happening. From the view of dzogchen we can be in the movement of the world as it changes and remind ourselves to relax back […]

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Love, compassion, joy and equanimity • The Macclesfield Talks [10], 2009

A teaching offered by James on the Four Immeasurables at Macclesfield, 27th Jun 2009 “The meaning of the  ‘Four Brahmaviharas’, which is found in all schools of buddhism, is expounded here along with the accompanying prayer. We wish that all beings rest in the integration of their natural condition and that the obstacles to this may dissolve. We see the […]

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