"Wandering…but not lost is a beautiful film…it feels so powerfully appropriate for our time, displaying a path through disruption, loss, and continually dealing with the unexpected. It is a wonderful achievement.”
—Sharon Salzberg, world-renowned Buddhist teacher, and New York Times bestselling author.
“This is the most moving account of the wisdom of the Buddhist path that I’ve seen, and anyone with an interest in meditation and human flourishing will be nourished by viewing it.”
—Richard J. Davidson, Founder and Director, Center for Healthy Minds, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“This gorgeous and brave film is about a journey of awakening, and a journey into the unknown taken by one of the great living teachers of our time”
–Roshi Joan Halifax, Abbot, Upaya Zen Center
“Beautifully filmed, Wandering…But Not Lost transports the viewer to the vibrant landscapes—human and natural—of South Asia, and does so with a wonderful fable-like quality.”
–Eric Weiner, best-selling author of The Geography of Bliss and The Socrates Express.
“An unprecedented glimpse into the human, experiential side of a meditation adept on a journey to lose his familiar life and find himself.”
—Willa Blythe Baker, Spiritual Director, Natural Dharma Fellowship
“The film and Rinpoche's journey are a celebration of the most radical and liberating truth: when we see things as they are, with compassionate awareness, we learn what we need to let go of, and, when we do, we are free to climb the highest mountains with greater ease.”
—Mirabai Bush, Senior Fellow, Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.
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Wandering . . . But Not Lost has generated excitement at film festivals worldwide, earning prestigious awards, including “Best Documentary” by the Indo-Global International Festival and “Best Biographic Film” at the Hague Global Cinema Festival.