New Translation: Portuguese translation prepared by João Vale Neto. Uploaded 1st March 2021. Dutch translation prepared by Janine Huizing. Uploaded 14 March 2021.» Read more
Bardo indicates an interlude, an intermission, a
moment or period occurring between other, different, moments or periods.
The six bardos are: the bardos of the nature
of birth; of dream; of meditation; of death; of actuality and of
The Stages of Life and Death. Each stage or Bardo has its own key focus of intention setting out the tasks to be attended to. Using Karma Lingpa’s Root Verses of the Bardo we will clarify how to use each stage as an opportunity for awakening. James Low teaching at the Maitreya Institute, Gutenstein, Austria. 30th June – 2nd July […]» Read more
James was teaching on The Root Verses of the Six Bardos, a fundamental text of Tibetan Buddhism and a terma of the master Karma Lingpa. The six bardos describe all aspects of our human lives, including the process of death and dying. They provide us with an opportunity to discover how we can recognize all aspects of living and dying […]» Read more
James Low 24-27 April 2008 Retreat at the Kamalashila Institute in the Eifel. Download the transcript Topics: Buddhist ‘tools’: what are they for and how do we use them? Emptiness Dzogchen: things are as they are Choosing a practice that suits you Bardo teachings from the Shitro Terma of Karma Lingpa The Root Verses of the Bardo A Prayer for […]» Read more