Keep it simple: dzogchen in daily life. Brighton, May 2007

Because our life is nothing but moments, events, arising and passing, arising and passing. All that we’ve ever done is gone. Our childhood is gone. We can remember it, we can tell stories about it, but it’s gone. Even our breakfast is gone. Everything is gone. If we really see that, then when we tell people about ourselves, about our past, we’re just inviting them to fall asleep with us. We’re saying, ‘I had a lovely dream, let me share it with you. You can fall asleep in my dream for a while and then, because I believe in reciprocity, I’ll fall asleep in yours.’

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Discover the presence: the mother of all buddhas. Portugal, 2020

  James Low. 16-19 Jan 2020. Alentejo, Portugal. Teaching and meditation retreat focussing on a Tibetan text by Gonpo Wangyal, called “Discover the presence: the mother of all buddhas”. Gonpo Wangyal text in various languages. English and Brazilian Portuguese Translator: Milton Petruczok Organiser: João Vale Neto Recordings: Pedro Gomes Download the audio files here Alentejo Videos on Vimeo

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Illusion, delusion, confusion. Vienna, Jan 2020

James Low Weekend retreat,10-12 Jan 2020. Qigong Kleinowitz Center, Vienna. Illusion, delusion, confusion We have so many experiences in life. This is possible because our mind is intrinsically open and hospitable to each new moment. Yet this openness is hidden for us by our own involved busyness. Engaged in the never-ending task of self-delusion we impede the unimpeded and obscure […]

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