Discovering the natural state [2]:Using shiné [shamatha] practice to discover the natural state. Bremen, June 1995

I want to stay with this practice of shiné and link it, through tantra, into the basic examination of the nature of mind. In shiné practice the focus is on separation, so essentially in this practice we are separating out an observing, focusing, aware position of the self from an involved enmeshed position of the self. James Low Download the […]

» Read more

The Nature of tantra. Bremen, Jan. 1994

The word tantra in Tibetan means continuity or connectedness. Traditionally this indicates the continuity of awareness through all the moments of experience. Awareness is like the open sky; clouds and sunshine and rockets pass through the sky, but the sky itself is open to all of them. That is to say the continuity of the sky, the sky-ness of the […]

» Read more

Finding your way home: an introduction to dzogchen. Retreat, Spain, 2010

James Low Amorebieta, Spain.  18-20 June, 2010Transcribed by Deniz CsernoklavekEdited by James Low and Barbara Terris Excerpts  …In Tibet it was said that dzogchen existed before buddhism arrived. It was there before the bön religion too. That is to say, it is not an invented system, but it is something that was, is, and always will be, and that people […]

» Read more

Die Sicht enthüllt die Welt: Buddhismus und Psychotherapie. UK, 2010

Vortrag in der Cambridge Buddhist Society. UK, 11 März 2010 James Low Download the PDF Übersetzung von Daniel Beierstettel Inhalt Zur Bedeutung des Wortes Sangs-rGye (Tib. für Buddha) 1 Die Sicht des Hinayana. 2 Die Sicht des Mahayana. 5 Die Sicht des Tantra. 6 Die Sicht des Dzogchen. 8 Sangs-rGye im Dzogchen. 9 Ein Zauberberg, Sulfatkristalle und Zuckerwatte. 10 Menschen ernst zu […]

» Read more

Being buddha, becoming better: buddhism and psychotherapy. Cambridge, 2010

Talk given at the Cambridge Buddhist Society, UK,  on the meaning of the Tibetan word for ‘Buddha’, Sangye (Sangs-rGyas). 11 March 2010 James Low Download the Transcript of the Talk Transcribed by Jo Féat Edited by Barbara Terris and James Low Excerpts from the Talk …The end of therapy is marked by the patient, having been freed from the transference, […]

» Read more

Encontrarte en el mandala. UK, 1990

Ponencia presentada por James Low Incluye una versión budista tibetana sobre el origen del primer mandala de formas airadas del Buda: la historia de Matram Ruda en el curso de verano anual de 1990 en Champernowne Trust. Vivir la vida simbólica, Cumberland Lodge 1990 Traducido al español por María Vidarte, Asun y Lurdes Eizaguirre con la contribución de Isabel Vidarte […]

» Read more
1 2 3 4