The Tibetan Buddhist tradition of creating sand paintings to ritually heal the world symbolizes just how painstaking, perpetual and precious is the work of upholding the worth and dignity of every human being. Some of the sand mandalas in this music video were created by monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery and from Gyoto Tantric University. Also included are mandala paintings by lay artists inspired by the monks' tradition.
This video (approximately eight minutes long) was created and the music composed and performed by blog contributor Phyllis Cole-Dai, www.phylliscoledai.com.
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