Repelling all troubles: Commentary on dokpa practice text. Zoom, March 2022

Repelling all Troubles: a Commentary on the dokpa practice text. (The practice text is also called ‘Repelling all Troubles’.) Zoom, 3 March 2022. Transcribed by Paula Arinibar. Revised and enlarged by James Low 31 May 2022. Read and Download the Commentary in English in German Extract These are very troubled times. Events occur that show how very quickly a storm […]

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Dissolving the enemies of love. Zoom, September 2020

We are all familiar with the hopes and fears inseparable from romantic love. However the Buddhist view of love is expressed as “May all beings be happy and have the cause of happiness.” This aspiration is inclusive and infinite. It is offered equally to all beings without reference to the qualities we perceive in them. To achieve this warm equanimity […]

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Dissolving the enemies of love. Teaching Day

To register please email the Organisers at simplybeingsangha [at] gmail [dot] com. Everyone will hear James speaking in English. You can choose to also access the German , the Portuguese , or the Spanish Room. We are all familiar with the hopes and fears inseparable from romantic love. However the Buddhist view of love is expressed as “May all beings […]

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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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Integration of dharma: being with others. Eifel Retreat, Autumn 2008

James Low 2-5 Oct 2008 Integration of dharma: being with others Transcribed and prepared by Sarah Allen Read or download the transcript “…If you want to be yourself you have to manage other people, pulling them in and pushing them away. Connection and participation is important. This means being able to stay present with things in the face of feelings […]

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