Open space and infinite potential: an inquiry into our true nature, Mannheim, 2009

With reference to Direct Indication of Buddhahood beyond Classification by Nuden Dorje Drophan Lingpa Drolo Tsal which is Ch. 8 of Simply Being, by James Low [3rd edition, Antony Rowe, 2010] Extracted from the Mannheim Seminar. 21st – 22nd November 2009 James Low Download the PDF Transcribed by Daniel Beierstettel Edited by Barbara Terris and Revised by James Low Excerpts …It is […]

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Looking with fresh eyes: quitting samsara’s storyboard. Public Talk, Mannheim, 2009

James Low Excerpts …In Tibetan buddhism there are many styles of practice and many different lineages. However, the main point for us, in the West, when we do  practice, is both what kind of intention does it develop in us, and what kind of understanding do we develop from it—about who we are and the nature of our existence. So […]

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Reciting the refuge and bodhicitta: a dzogchen perspective. Mannheim Retreat, 2009

Extracted from a seminar on 21st – 22nd November 2009 in Mannheim, Germany James Low Download the Transcript Transcribed by Daniel Beierstettel Edited by Barbara Terris and Revised by James Low Excerpts …Some Western people have fantasies that in their last life they were a Tibetan yogi, or they imagine that one day somebody is going to recognise them as some […]

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