Journey into Buddhism: Prajna Earth DVD

$19.95
Item #: WB6302
Prajna is the Sanskrit word for radiant wisdom, and yatra is the word for pilgrimage or spiritual journey. This visually stunning documentary is a cinematic pilgrimage exploring the lost civilization of Angkor in Cambodia, including the largest temple in the world, the magnificent Angkor Wat. The journey continues to sacred sites of the natural world, Hindu Bali, jungles of Java, ... More
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Prajna is the Sanskrit word for radiant wisdom, and yatra is the word for pilgrimage or spiritual journey. This visually stunning documentary is a cinematic pilgrimage exploring the lost civilization of Angkor in Cambodia, including the largest temple in the world, the magnificent Angkor Wat. The journey continues to sacred sites of the natural world, Hindu Bali, jungles of Java, and discovering Buddhist Borobudur. A John Bush film.

Includes two viewing options: surround sound mix with narration, and ambient sound mix with music
Downloadable director's notes
Narrated by Sharon Stone.

Production Year: 2007
Copyright Year: 2005
Narrator: Sharon Stone
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 85 minutes
Audio Format: 5.1 Surround

"Prajna Earth is a visual pilgrimage of the heart of stunning intimacy and beauty." - Krishna Das ("Chantmaster of American Yoga", NY Times)

"Beautifully shot footage, Sharon Stone's melodious narration, and background chanting imbue this soothing, meditative program." - Booklist

"Prajna Earth is a film I will come back to time and again.  Like the spiritual wonders it so beautifully brings alive, Prajna Earth takes us on a journey into our own potential.  It is a pleasure at every level." - Mark Epstein, MD, author of Open to Desire

"Prajna Earth is no ordinary travelogue.  It is a serene cinematic pilgrimage pervaded by a quiet energy.  The gentle rhythm of overland travel is replicated in the deliberately languorous pace, which allows you to be both steeped in the richness of the landscape and to absorb the significance of the symbolism." - Tim McHenry, Director of Programming, Rubin Museum of Art, New York