En sitio de inspiración con películas meditaciones , platicas espirituales, budistas, cristianas, etc.

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Otro emotivo Films, contenida de sutiles metáforas sobre la vida y/o de la filosofía budista.
Después de tres años, tres meses y tres días de reclusión voluntaria en una ermita perdida en la región del Ladakh en el Himalaya, Thasi (Shawun Ku) emerge de un trance profundo. De vuelta en el monasterio budista donde vivió desde los cinco años, el joven va recuperando poco a poco sus fuerzas vitales. Pero el regreso trae resultados inesperados. Fuera de los rigores de una vida entregada al desarrollo espiritual, Thasi empieza a experiementar el despertar a la vida sexual. Estos sentimientos coinciden con un viaje a una villa cercana donde Tashi conoce a Pema (Christy Chung), una bella joven de la que se enamora. Por primera vez el joven lama comienza a cuestionarse los valores de su vida monacal en el monasterio.

Destroyer of Illusion (Sky Walker Films, directed by Richard Kohn, 1985, 142 mins) is an extended documentary centring around a major Sherpa ritual, Mani Rimdu. Kohn’s book Lord of the Dance: The Mani Rimdu Festival in Tibet and Nepal (State University of New York Press, 2001) gives a detailed description and analysis of the events portrayed in the film. The original version, with narration by Peter Hudson, is much preferable to the later, abridged, version with narration by Richard Gere.

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Heart of Tibet: An Intimate Portrait of the 14th Dalai Lama (Mystic Fire Video, directed by David Cherniack and Martin Wassell, 1992, 60 mins) is one of the best of the (by now) quite numerous films about H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama. Kundun (Touchstone Pictures, directed by Martin Scorsese, 1997, 134 mins), while somewhat fictionalized and romanticized, is also worth viewing.

LAS NUEVE REVELACIONES (Español)

LOS HIJOS DEL AYER (Película completa en español)

Tibetan Movie – Once upon a time in Tibet

Siete Maravillas del Mundo Budista.fl

Entre Nubes Blancas.(Budismo)

How to Cook Your Life.Zen en la cocina.

–La vida de Buda

Los Budas de Bamiyán (primera parte)

LOS TESOROS PERDIDOS DEL TIBET

El reino de Mustang entre Nepal y Tibet se ha mantenido encerrado en si mismo durante siglos, y hasta hace poco no estaba permitida la entrada de extranjeros. Hace más de 500 años el Budismo floreció en las altas montañas del Tibet, dando origen a una cultura que creó bellísimas obras de arte.

Zen, la película

Película japonesa dirigida por Takahashi Banmei (2009)

Eihei Dōgen, también Dōgen Zenji o Dōgen Kigen o Koso Joyo Daishi (literalmente gran maestro) (19/01/1200 — 22/09/1253) fue un maestro budista japonés y el fundador de la escuela Sōtō Zen en este país. Nacido en Kioto en el seno de una familia noble, quedó huérfano de padre y madre a muy temprana

¡Despierta! En el camino con un Maestro Zen. Parte 1

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JESUS en la India

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“EL ATARDECER DE LA VIDA”

Te hará reflexionar…

Y TU QUE SABES (pelicula completa Español)

Cuando todos dormían (Película)

Valley.Of.Flower

Brilliant Moon: Glimpses of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (Axiom Films, directed by Neten Chokling, 2011, 56 mins) portrays the life of one of Tibet’s most distinguished 20th-century lamas. It can be viewed alongside his published autobiography, Brilliant Moon: The Autobiography of Dilgo Khyentse (Shambhala, Boston and London, 2009).

The Reincarnation of Khensur Rinpoche (White Crane Films, directed by Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin, 1992, 50 mins) is a documentary in which a disciple of the late Khensur Rinpoche searches for the child who is his reincarnation.

Oracles and Demons of Ladakh (Avenue E, directed by Rob McGann, 2003, 71 mins) presents the village shamans and spirit-mediums of Ladakh, showing a side of Tibetan Buddhism that receives little attention in most Western presentations.

The Lost World of Tibet (BBC/British Film Institute, directed by Emma Hindley, 2008, 90 mins) has some rare footage of Tibet in the 1930s and 1940s, including large-scale Lhasa state ritual occasions, with commentary by H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama.

The Message of the Tibetans: Buddhismand The Message of the Tibetans: Tantrism are two films directed by Arnaud Desjardins, first released in 1966. They present valuable portrayals of many senior lamas from the generation who left Tibet in and around 1959 (directed by Arnaud Desjardins, 50 mins each).

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Buddhism Documentry – Tantra of Gyüto- Sacred Rituals of Tibet

The Message of the Tibetans – I. Buddhism

The Message of the Tibetans II Tantrism

The Spirit of Tibet (The Life and World of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche)

Lloyd Pye – Everything You Know Is Wrong

Mind Science Kept Hidden Documentary.WE ARE VIBRATIONAL BEINGS.Law of attraction/vibes

The Fundamentals of Tantra Practice

Transform Your Mind, Change Your Brain

Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo – On Meditation

HH 17th Karmapa’s Return to Tsurphu Monastery 1992

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BM4NT6e1Ym0

BBC The Lost World Of Tibet

The Lost World of Tibet (BBC/British Film Institute, directed by Emma Hindley, 2008, 90 mins) has some rare footage of Tibet in the 1930s and 1940s, including large-scale Lhasa state ritual occasions, with commentary by H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama.

Yogis of Tibet (JEHM films, directed by Phil and Jo Borack, 2002, 77 mins) explores the yogic practices of Tibetan monks. It includes demonstrations of yogic exercises, as well as explanations by a number of distinguished lamas, including H.E. Choje Togden Rinpoche, H.E. Garchen Rinpoche, Ven Drubwang Konchok Norbu Rinpoche, H.E. Chetsang Rinpoche, and H.H. the Dalai Lama.

Angry Monk: Reflections on Tibet (Xenix Filmdistribution, directed by Luc Schaedler, 2005, 97 mins) tells the story of the famous and controversial Gelugpa monk and scholar, Gendun Choephel. Schaedler uses his story to present an unconventional view of Tibetan Buddhism, focusing around Tibet’s encounter with modernity in the early twentieth century.

Inside Tibet 1943 – National Archives and Records AdministrationInside

Why Isn’t Tibet Free?