Young Tibetan Buddhist monks meditating and praying in the afternoon at Jangchub Choeling Monastery.
Pokhara | Nepal | Jan 27 | 2009
Read by Thich Nath Hanh, chanted by brother Phap Niem.
The creators of this audio track were Gary Malkin, the composer/arranger, producer, and collaborator Michael Stillwater. The work came from a CD/book called Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying, and it could be purchased by going to wisdomoftheworld.com.
Visuals taken from:
HOME, Earth and Baraka
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A short animated guide to Buddhist breath meditation, using the metaphor of an opening lotus. The narration was adapted from a talk given by Ajahn Brahm, a popular Buddhist teacher, author and abbot of Serpentine monastery, Perth.
Further info on technical terms such as 'Jhanas' on my blog at butterfly.ie
A time-lapse short film of Fine Art Photographer Richard Rasner from Unique Nudes body painting the International Buddhist Flag on a model.
Music is courtesy FreePlayMusic.com.
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Precariously perched on a hair of the Buddha on top of Mount Kyaiktiyo is the gravity-defying Golden Rock.
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