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Published June 1st 2001 by Vajra Press
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Ven. Dr. James Low has been a student of the fourth incarnation of Nuden Dorje for thirty years. He studied Tibetan Buddhism in India with multiple masters and has translated multiple texts with Chhimed Rigdzin. Mr. Low works as a consulting psychotherapist in a London public hospital, and teaches dzogchen meditation around the world.