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Dharma River: Journey of a Thousand Buddhas
Dharma River and Prajna Earth are the first two films in The Yatra Trilogy from director John Bush. The series explores the great cultural and religious treasures of SE Asia, journeying to ancient temples, mystical landscapes and wondrous shrines -- many of them UNESCO world heritage sites. Dharma River, the first film in the series, was shot entirely on location in Thailand, Laos, and Burma. Coursing over the canals of Bangkok, the film first travels to the revered Emerald Buddha, and then heads north, to the gilded temples and hill tribes of Chiang Mai. Following the fabled Mekong River, viewers enter mythic buddha caves and visit a sacred Shangri-La city, then journey on to the holy pagodas of Burma and the dreamscape of Pagan. The film concludes with a radiant passage down the Irawadday River. Prajma Earth, the second film in the cycle explores the lost spiritual civilization of Angkor in Cambodia, including the magnificent Angkor Wat, the largest temple in the world. Voyaging on to sacred nature sites in Bali and Java -- including scenes of trance dancing in the jungles of Java -- viewers finally climb the seven level mandala wonder of Buddhist Borobudur. $25.00

Yogis of Tibet: A Film for Posterity
A fascinating new film focusing on the great yogis of Tibet, and their lives in retreat practicing secret self-transforming physical and mental exercises. Through these techniques. $26.99 (save 12%)

Life of Buddha
Martin Meissonnier
The true story of the man who changed the world. A remarkable film by Martin Meisonnier. This beautifully produced film meticulously reveals the fascinating story of Prince Sidhartha. $34.95 (save 12%)

Wheel of Time
Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog's gorgeously photographed look at the largest Buddhist ritual in Bodh Gaya, India. It is said that Buddha found enlightenment under a tree in Bodh Gaya and today, Buddhist monks are ordained in this holy place. Herzog magically captures the lengthy pilgrimage (which for some, is over 3,000 miles), the monk's creation of the beautiful and intricate sand mandala (the wheel of time) along with many secret rituals that have never been seen before on film. He delivers a personal and introspective look at what Buddhism really means to its most ardent followers, as well as giving outsiders an intimate look into a fascinating way of life.

Prajna Earth: Journey into Sacred Nature
John Bush

"I first journeyed to Asia in 1970. There I found that even in a time of war and tumult, practices for inner peace and social harmony were alive in Buddhist teachings. This understanding has informed my work ever since. In making THE YATRA TRILOGY, I wanted to create a new kind of viewing experience that would allow someone to have a direct encounter with the sacred spaces of southeast Asia. They have their own presence, and I wanted them to speak for themselves. This timeless art and architecture is part of the world's cultural heritage. It's important to archive these things, to share them." Director John Bush $24.95

Living Wisdom With His Holiness the Dalai Lama (box set)
H.H. the Dalai Lama, Don Farber

When you are in the presence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, you are in the presence of compassion itself. But how many of us will have the opportunity to personally experience the man known as "The Ocean of Wisdom"? Now, Living Wisdom gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the grace of His Holiness, and to receive the transformative power of his teachings in your own home, including:

  • 47-minute DVD spanning twenty-five years of Don Farber’s photography of His Holiness with more than 400 extraordinary images set to sacred Tibetan music
  • 145-page book gleaned from His Holiness’s classic lessons on The Six Transcendent Perfections. These are the way of the bodhisattva—the qualities we must cultivate in order to reach enlightenment
  • Musicians, monks, and nuns honor His Holiness through time-honored chants and original compositions on CD. Includes traditional chanting by the Dalai Lama
  • 36 photographs of His Holiness, each with a contemplation from his teachings on The Six Transcendent Perfections
  • Mini-easel to display your daily contemplation on your desk or home altar

Under the Bodhi Tree/Jewel Ornament of Liberation
His Holiness the 17th Karmapa at the 2003 Kagyu Monlam

Jewel Ornament of Liberation His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa gives six talks to a Western and Chinese audience on Gampopas The Jewel Ornament of Liberation. This classic text illuminates the spiritual journey of Buddhism in a manner highly accessible to a lay audience. Filmed at the 2004 Kagyu Monlam, the Karmapa tells the life story of Gampopa and interprets his teachings in a uniquely engaging and insightful manner. Under the Bodhi Tree Filmed in the winter of 2003-4, this documentary features His Holiness the XVII Gyalwa Karmapa as he leads a nine day prayer ceremony called the Kagyu Monlam. From his seat under the historic Bodhi Tree in Bodhgaya, the place of Shakyamuni Buddha's enlightenment, the Karmapa performs ceremonies and ritual empowerments, accompanied by high lamas of the Kagyu Order of Tibetan Buddhism. A vivid and intimate portrait of Tibetan Buddhism at this holiest of sites includes commentary by the Karmapa. $24.88

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