Buddhism: “Behind the media reception of abuse hides so many things to talk about…”

Monks take a walk during a government-organized media tour in Lhasa, Tibet on May 31, 2021. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP French Clément Sans recently became a Zen monk, ordered under the name of Tozan (“the mountain of the peach tree”). Each month, he sends us a letter that shares with us his reflections and his … Read more

“Buddhism, the law of silence”, on Arte: “This documentary will perhaps have the salutary effect of freeing speech”


A woman meditates inside a room at the Kagyu-Dzong Tibetan Buddhist Center near the Great Pagoda in the Bois de Vincennes in Paris on May 29, 2015. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP “Exploitation of workers, sexual abuse, child hostage…” Such a lexicon seems far removed from the teaching of the Buddha. It is for such reasons … Read more

“Buddhism, the law of silence”, on Arte: a backward look at the philosophy conveyed by the Dalai Lama


Rigdzin Namkha Gyatso Rinpoche is a Tibetan lama. He speaks in the documentary “Buddhism, the law of silence”, by Elodie Emery and Wandrille Lanos. ARTE.TV ARTE – TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 AT 10.35 P.M. – DOCUMENTARY From assaulted nuns to conversion therapy, documentaries have been playing a warning role lately, bringing to the public the moral … Read more