An Inner Search, an interview with Diana St Ruth. In English with Italian subtitles.
Sen no Rikyū and Wabi Sabi.
Enjoy a cup of tea.
Striving to Break Free, Ajahn Sumedho. New Year’s Eve 2020
Buddhist Film. The born and the unborn as insight and refection. 52 mins.
Dokusan: The Great Matter, by Kodo Sawaki
‘Yours? If it’s yours alone, does it really matter?
Who is the Laughing Buddha?
Pointing at the moon, looking at the moon, I’m just an old traveler along the way.
Harada Tangen Roshi 1924-2018
RIP Harada Tangen Roshi 1924-2018. A simple, kind, happy man, who lived his teaching.
Buddhism and Tales of the Supernatural in Early Medieval China
The Youming lu is a work that demonstrates Buddhist influence as it began to appear in Chinese narrative on a relatively large scale.
Cold Mountain: Chinese poet Han Shan
Han Shan wrote poems for everyone, not just the educated elite. A man free of spiritual doctrine, it is unclear whether or not he was a monk, whether he was a Buddhist or a Taoist, or both. It is not even certain he ever lived, but the poems do. Short film (about 30 minutes)