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Buddhist Movie Night

The Maine Buddhist Gathering presents
Buddhist Movie Night
Amongst White Clouds
directed by Edward Burger

Saturday, February 23rd at 7pm (doors open at 6:30)
Sacred Heart / St. Dominic Parish Church
65 Mellen St in Portland (corner of Mellen and Sherman)
The film is offered free of charge.

You are invited and encouraged to come early to visit and connect. Your donation of a dessert and contribution to help with expenses is greatly appreciated.

Please free free to invite friends and family. All are warmly welcome. Those interested in Buddhist practice and those new to practice are especially encouraged to attend.

About the film: Amongst White Clouds is a look at the lives of students, ascetics and masters living in isolated hermitages dotting the peaks and valleys of China's Zhongnan Mountain range. Director Edward Burger takes us on an unforgettable journey into this forgotten 5000 year old Zen Buddhist hermit tradition. It was widely thought that these hermitages had been wiped out by the twists and turns of history. This film shows us this is not the case. This documentary reveals to us the tradition, wisdom, hardship and joy of everyday life in these remote practice centers. With both humor and compassion, the inspiring and warm-hearted characters in the film challenge us to join them in an exploration of practice.

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  • Noel Carter D.

    Today, living amongst white snow!

    February 24, 2013

  • Noel Carter D.

    The group energy was great and the movie reminded me to just Be! Be Happy! and Enjoy Life! I believe we can obtain this; living in the here and now.Finding home whereever we happen to be.I loved the movie.It brought me peace.

    February 24, 2013

  • Jeff T.

    The film was like a good dharma talk, with lovely pictures of the mountains in China.

    February 24, 2013

  • Clay

    Lots of people and interesting movie. Pleasant evening.

    February 24, 2013

  • Doug B.

    Does any one know of any. Artist way. " meet ups or 12 week workshops. ?

    February 22, 2013

  • TomC

    I have seen this movie and I thought it was captivating, worth seeing if you want to experience great visuals of China's mountains and see some extraordinary buddhists living in the wilderness.

    January 28, 2013

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