The “Eye-opener”: Sonam Sherpa.
A film by François Schick.
A short video (around 6 minutes) of a Nepalese sacred-art master and his journey of patience and time.
Shot in a monastery of a Tibetan Buddhist tradition in the southern part of France, it shows the final steps in completing statues of followers of the historical Buddha, and especially reveals the crucial point and rarely seen of opening the eyes…
Shot in Nalanda Monastery in 2015. For further information about this place:
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Music composed by Benoit Schick.
Piano: Benoit Schick.
Cello: Georges Denoix.
Categories: Art, Buddhism, Encyclopedia, Tibetan Buddhism, Video