Ayurveda is a science of life and art of healing; where body, mind, and spirit are given equal importance.
This voyage of thousands of miles across India and abroad takes you on a unique poetic journey, where we encounter remarkable men of medicine or simply a villager who lives in harmony with nature.
In the last fifty years, the culture of Zen has spread far beyond Japan. Zen centers and zen retreats have sprung up throughout America and Europe.
When Dogen, the founder of Soto Zen, brought Zen to Japan from China 800 years ago, it quickly took root and became an integral part of Japanese life. Yet what do we know about the zen practice in Japan today?
The Zen Mind is a fascinating journey across Japan to explore zen in its natural habitat.
Tuning In is a truly unique spiritual documentary, the result of 10 years of inquiry into the phenomenon of spirit channeling by Los Angeles filmmaker, David Thomas.
Channeling is a practice dating back to antiquity wherein an individual, usually in a trance state, makes a psychic connection with a spirit being.
The channeler is then able to act as a dimensional go-between in bringing other humans in contact with the entity, as well as interpreting messages from the entity.
For the first time, the reclusive and secretive Tibetan monks agree to discuss aspects of their philosophy and allow themselves to be filmed while performing their ancient practices.
In this compelling film, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explores the spiritual journey from ambition to meaning.
26. The Choice is Ours
Three-part documentary series explores the determinants of behavior to dispel the myth of “human nature” demonstrating that the environment shapes behavior.
More than 50 years ago, the Tibetan Bön Buddhist tradition was driven from its refuge deep within the Himalayas. This is the story of the long and difficult journey that followed.
Told through the lens of one Bön teacher born in exile—Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche.
29. Destroyer of Illusion – The Secret World of a Tibetan Lama
Filmed on location in Nepal. Unprecedented access and intimate knowledge inform this richly detailed and beautifully filmed portrait of a secret Tibetan Buddhist ritual, the Mani Rimdu festival, and the remarkable spiritual teacher, Trulshik Rinpoche, who leads and preserves this centuries-old tradition.
What happens after we pass from this world? Is there a life after this one? Or do we just disappear forever? These are the questions asked in this powerful and poignant feature documentary, Infinity: The Ultimate Trip. Many may be surprised by the answers.
31. COMING HOME – the cremation of Khandro Lhamo
Her late husband, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, was a distinguished Tibetan Buddhism teacher.
He has been reincarnated as the Yangsi or ‘newborn’. The young Yangsi is one of the leaders presiding over the cremation of Khandro Lhamo, who in his past life had been his wife.
32. Bon: Mustang to Menri
This film is about the challenges of Asonam’s journey as a young boy from Mustang to Menri and his return to Mustang as an educated Geshe determined to help his people by supporting the preservation of their cultural heritage and economic sustainability.
His story is interwoven with ancient Bon and life at Menri Monastery. With the blessings of HH Lungtok Tenpai Nyima, the 33rd Abbot of Menri Monastery, the producers made this film to communicate Bon’s unique place in Tibetan history.
33. On the Path of the Buddha: Buddhist Pilgrimage in North India
This educational video follows the path of Buddhist pilgrims from around the world.
34. Eurasia: Ghandhara The Renaissance Of Buddhism
35. The Boy Who Lived Before
Cameron, ever since he was just a toddler, talks about another family he used to live with, called the Robertsons. Cameron knows the names of his previous family, where they lived, and can even describe the house and the landscape of his previous home on the island of Barra, some 200 miles away.
But Cameron has never been there. Doctor Jim Tucker, of the University of Virginia, and Cameron’s mother travel to Barra with Cameron to find the house, exactly as Cameron described.