The Cuckoo’s Cry Heralding the Good Fortune of Glorious Presence. By Vairocana

Translated by James Low The Cuckoo’s Cry Heralding the Good Fortune of Glorious Presence. Rig Pa’i Khu Byug. By Vairocana. The title is translated by others in many different terms including “The Song of the cuckoo” and “The Cuckoo’s cry of awareness”. As the cuckoo’s cry is the harbinger of spring so the six verses of the Cuckoo’s Cry introduce the […]

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Emptiness, equanimity and kindness. Zoom, April 2020

Talk by James Low, “Emptiness, Equanimity and Kindness” April 2020. When many people are suffering our hearts go out to them and we wish them well. This quality of kindness is vital to extend our connectivity beyond the people of our personal concern. However from the buddhist point of view the power of kindness is greatly increased by merging it with the wisdom of emptiness.

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Mindfulness, contact and healing in psychotherapy, 2019

The key focus of this short piece is an initial exploration of the synergy between mindfulness and contact in the practice of psychotherapy. Here the term mindfulness is used to indicate a state of conscious attention: one intentionally attends to what is occurring.

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