Lazy Lama Film

Renowned German filmmaker Niko von Glasow’s newest film is now available to view here!

The film shows Ringu Tulku not only as a Buddhist master and teacher – it also offers a personal, humorous and honest insight into his family and working life. It shows Ringu Tulku preparing four students for a retreat which lasts three years, three months and three days, in Sikkim, North India. Spending time with the Lazy Lama gives the audience the opportunity to reflect on their own lives, and find ways to create more room for spirituality, meditation, empathy and the right kind of “laziness”.

Click on the PLAY button in the image above to watch the film.

If you wish to show your support for the film and Bodhicharya, please consider making a Donation to the Bodhicharya Shrine Room Project using the button on the below. Thank you.

See Palladio Films for more information.

2 thoughts on “Lazy Lama Film”

    1. Thank you so much for this uplifting movie. The dedication of all involved in building and running this beautiful Retreat Centre under the guidance of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is truly inspiring. May all sentient beings throughout the universe be free from suffering and live eternally in the glory of enlightenment.

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