1. Flow ~

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    from Max McMullin / Added

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    A 3d CGI animation representing the endless flow of everything. Set to the beautiful music of Brian Eno's Final Sunset from the Album Music for Films. Direction = Max McMullin, Music = Brian Eno, 3d & 2d = Max McMullin, Production = www.engine.net.au software: Maya, Vray, Real Flow, After Effects, Sapphire out of nothing comes everything out of one comes infinity everything is one endlessly flowing in and out of time

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    • Tashi Mannox - Tibetan Calligrapher

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      A short film about the work of Tibetan calligrapher Tashi Mannox. Director: Guy Reid Editor: Steve Kennedy Sound and Music: Justin Lee Radford and Paul Warren Thanks to Tashi and Alex.

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      • Thich Nhat Hanh interview with Jo Confino, an executive editor of the Guardian

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        from Plum Village Online Monastery / Added

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        Moving beyond the idea of ‘environment’ and falling back in love with Mother Earth. Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains why mindfulness rather than economics is needed to protect nature and how a spiritual revolution is needed if civilization is to avoid being destroyed by climate change. Filmed on the 22nd of December 2011, in Plum Village, France.

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        • Truth always Triumphs!

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          Truthful Honesty is the 7th Mental Perfection. Like the moon remains in its fixed orbit around the earth, even so should one stay and stick with the truth, thereby insisting on honesty. This guarantee induces trust, confidence and assured certainty in the mind, as well as in the society. You can play with your drama, but not with your karma.. http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/Truth_Triumphs.htm http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/IV/Not_Deceiving.htm http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/What_is_Right_Speech.htm http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/III/Optimal_Observance_IV.htm

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          • Hearing the Dharma

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            from Christoph / Added

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            Hello everybody !!! On 16th july 2010, I had the chance to go to Lantau Island, Hong Kong, to see the Tian Tan Buddha of Ngong Ping. It was a very inspiring visit. The atmosphere was very special. There was everything from heavy heavy rain and wind to crystal clear sunshine. It was as if nature displayed all her palette of moods. And all this was happening on the background of peaceful, open space ... which the Tian Tan Buddha helped one to become aware of. The statue is very beautiful and inspiring. With the right hand the Buddha makes the mudra (the gesture) of "fear not", with the left hand he performs the mudra of giving. With his hands he also beautifully joins heaven and earth. Six Devas, or deities, are presenting their offerings to the Buddha : flowers, incense, lamp, ointment, fruit and music. They symbolize the six paramita, the six perfections or transcendent actions, which while we are trying to practice them help us to free ourselves from the grip of the ego. The six paramita are generosity (dana), morality (shila), patience (kshanti), zeal (virya), meditation (dhyana) and wisdom (prajna). The whole atmosphere was one of "hearing the dharma". The Indian notion of Dharma is like the Chinese idea of Dao or Tao (Do in japanese), the Way of things, the way of the cosmos. It is like the European idea of the "music of the spheres". The root of the word "dharma" is "dhr", which in sanskrit means "to sustain". So dharma is that which sustains everything : the universe, life, nature, our diverse traditions, our own personal lives. This is why it also has the meaning of path, religion, duty, righteousness, appropriateness ... It is the ultimate dynamic or/and order of what is. To illustrate the pictures, I found it appropriate to use Cyril Morin's composition "The Four Noble Truths" which was part of the soundtrack to the film "Samsara". The four noble truths are : the truth of suffering (Dukkha), the truth of the origins of suffering (Dukkha Samudaya), the truth of the cessation of suffering (Dukkha Nirodha) and the truth of the noble eightfold path leading to the cessation of suffering (Dukkha Nirodha Gamini Patipada Magga). The eightfold path consists of right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness and right concentration. I was inspired today to make this video by a little posting I saw on the internet by H. E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche on 65 Grand Statues of the World that bring the people of the world "hope, inspiration or a reminder of something people wish to aspire to." Thank you Tsem Tulku Rinpoche for your inspirations and thank you to all of you who contribute to make this world a more inspired place ;-) !!! Lots of good and peaceful energies and inspirations to all of you !!! Christoph (23/08/2010)

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            • Kalu Rinpoche's cool rap

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              really cool… Also available on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/osel1000

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              • Monastics in the Mist

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                from Plum Village Online Monastery / Added

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                Arriving in Hong Kong, what is the first thing you do as a Zen monk or nun? Go drink tea on the mountain, of course.

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                • The Chime Phakme Nyingtik Drupchen: The Trailer

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                  from Stephane Lun-Sin / Added

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                  Let yourself be guided through a visual journey beyond time. During ten days, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, Neten Chokling Rinpoche, Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche and the monks of Chokling Monastery in India performed a Drupchen of Chime Phakme Nyingtik, a special cycle of practices to gain power over life, to inaugurate the monastery's new temple. The 55 min documentary is available in DVD in PAL and NTSC, with English subtitles: http://www.zamstore.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=659&products_id=31253

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                  • Preview of thebuddhistcentre.com

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                    This is a preview video for the full version of thebuddhistcentre.com from the Triratna Buddhist Community. The first phase is now live!

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                    • My Reincarnation - Official Trailer

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                      The official trailer for MY REINCARNATION.

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