Tibetan Buddhism and Non-Duality by James Low

Tuesday 03rd, July 2018 / 10:08
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James Low is a well-known translator and teacher of Dzogchen, the non-duality tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. With a background in psychotherapy, he was a student of Chigmed Rigdzin Lama (known as C.R.Lama) as well as Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. He is the author of several books, including Simply Being, Being Right Here, Being Guru Rinpoche, Yogins of Ladakh and the translator of the Collected Works of C.R.Lama. ‘Sparks’ is his latest offering – a collection of writings which are an expression of the profound non-dual view of Dzogchen, which illuminates the Buddha potential in all of us.
‘Simply Being is the ground or basis of every occurrence; it is the unchanging awareness which reveals the ever-changing play of existence. This is Dzogchen, the wholeness and completion within which we live’.

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