Three extraordinary young Tibetan women, trained as traditional doctors, leave their nomadic homeland for Scotland. What they learn at Edinburgh’s world-famous Royal Botanic Garden may help ensure the survival of Tibet’s medicinal plants.
Shown at Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival in New Zealand 2009
Learning the Tibetan Way
Three young Tibetan women from poor nomadic and farming familes were orphaned as children in eastern Tibet.They tell the story of how they were provided with an education through the Rokpa charity.They are about to graduate as Tibetan doctors and are passionate about passing tibetan culture, language and compassion down to the next generation.
Samye Ling Fulfilling the Visions
An exploration of the spiritual, humanitarian and therapuetic work of Kagyu Samye Ling, Europes oldest Tibetan monastery.
Clip from Samye Ling Fulfilling the Visions
Buddhist and Tibetan themes